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An Open (Somewhat Creepy) Letter To “Nashville”‘s Connie Britton

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Dear Tami Taylor, I mean Mrs. Coach, I mean Connie Britton,

Well, I guess I should start by apologizing. I’m sorry for always calling you by the name of a character you played on a TV show that has been sadly off the air for over a year. You are Connie Britton, you are not Tami Taylor, wife of Coach Eric Taylor, mother to Julie Taylor and that kind of funny looking baby, and guidance counselor/principal to hundreds of teenagers in Dillon, Texas. (My therapist told me I should repeat this to myself as often as necessary, until it sticks.) It’s hard to separate you from Tami because Tami is the awesomest and you were so awesome at playing her that sometimes I forget the show was fiction, not a documentary about a place where the world revolves around high school football and a tall drink of sensitive man water named Tim Riggins. Is it okay, though, that I still ask myself, when I’m in a pickle, “What would Tami Taylor do?” I hope so. You, I meanĀ she is so helpful!

So with that apology out of the way, I just want to tell you, Connie Britton, on the eve of your new ABC show “Nashville,” that I love you. Like, I wish you were my best friend, older sister, and first lesbian experience wrapped up in one person, which is really confusing and sort of weird, and it’s further complicated by the fact that I want to be you too. Don’t run away. Stay with me here. Keep reading »

Style Inspiration: Nashville Right Now

I spent the weekend in Nashville, listening to bluegrass jam bands, googling “Where do Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman hang out?” and eating way more BBQ than any human being should consume in such a short time period. It was glorious. I loved the city, and was totally inspired by the fashion, which is such a fun mix of feminine southern belle style and edgier, trendy pieces. Read on to find out how to get the Nashville look for yourself… Keep reading »

"Nashville" the TV Show
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Tami Taylor Returns To TV (And She Still Has The World’s Best Hair)

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I quite literally squealed with glee when I saw this photo of Tami Taylor–er, I mean Connie Britton–and Hayden Panettiere decked out in gorgeous gold dresses for their new country music drama, “Nashville,” which debuts October 10th. As someone who is obsessed with Connie Britton, sequins, country music, southern accents, sassy ladies, and melodrama, I will definitely be tuning in. Check out a preview of the show after the jump! [Entertainment Weekly] Keep reading »

Be My Boyfriend: Guy Who Committed 10 Felonies In 9 Hours

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Dear William Todd,

Color me impressed! There are career criminals that don’t accomplish in a lifetime what you did in nine hours: committing 10 felonies. Not only did you steal a taser, revolver and shotgun (and a T-shirt!) from Nashville bar The Slaughterhouse, but you then burned the business to the ground! And because you are a king among criminal men, you went on to commit many more crimes. There was the stop at a local bar where you held up four people at gunpoint, tasering one, and pistol-whipping another. And then, minutes later, you held up a taxi at gunpoint, driving the stolen car to a local Walmart where you purchased $199 in food. All that crime can make you hungry.

But your crime spree was only half over.

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Nashville Flooding Gives Country Stars Something Really Sad To Sing About


Because the earth is obviously rebelling against us, Nashville, Tennessee, was besieged by thunderstorms over the weekend, sending the Cumberland River more than a dozen feet above flood level. Huge parts of the city are underwater, 30 people have died so far, and experts are estimating more than $1 billion in damage. Nashville is the country music capital of the world, and the Grand Ole Opry has been seriously flooded—instruments, costumes, memorabilia, and other equipment are damaged and missing. And many country stars who live in the city have been affected by the floods. Kenny Chesney went on “Anderson Cooper 360″ today to tell about the damage to his house, which is fully submerged underwater and will likely be condemned. He had to take a boat to get into the property. “I’ve never seen anything like this in my life,” he said. Keep reading »

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