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Thursday, June 9, 2011

American Idol : Kelly Clarkson with Jason Aldean

Jason Aldean and guest rapper Ludacris will be closed Wednesday night's CMT Music Awards. The duo will perform in the show in Nashville, Aldean's hit, "Dirt Road Anthem," the new version.

"I've been a long time fan of the LD, so it was really cool to work with his 'dirt road' mix, and then perform the CMT Music Awards together," Aldean, 34, told Us Weekly.

"He absolutely killed his verse song," national star added. "We are both Georgia boy, so even though our music is totally different, our roots are the same. We all know the hot summer, the two six packs of the cooling Georgia. In fact, not so much an extension." Ludacris. Jason Aldean. A complete stand up on stage waving his hands in the air. The author's CMT Music Awards on Wednesday night (June 8) is closed in two and a half hour program is one of the most compelling moments, as a veteran rapper joined the country's borders to implement one to perform for the "dirt road anthem," a story song and rap backroads flagrant namechecks George Jones. Jason Aldean's trophy shelf is almost empty, just waiting for a statue from the music industry, many of the awards given to organizations.
Kelly Clarkson Back to 'American Idol' implementation and Jason Aldean
And he felt tired. Aldean won the Academy Award for Top New Male Artist Country Music in 2006, but since then, nothing. This week may change. With four nominations, he led to Wednesday, June 8 in the CMT Music Awards, which air live from the Bridgestone Arena will be nominated in 7 people in the CMT package.

"People ask me which one I want to win. I thought, 'I do not care. They've got the coolest trophy of any awards show. I just want a'" Aldean said of his concerts in between the tour bus Tel. "I just want people to vote." "American Idol" first, Kelly Clarkson, returned to her career that started last night. With the country star Jason Aldean, loud Clarkson hit duet "Do not you want to stay," proves why she has been the most successful "Idol" alumni one.


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