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Justin Moore Not Invited To CMA’s…No Idea Why
Justin Moore Not Invited To CMA’s…No Idea Why

It’s not that Justin Moore didn’t want to be at the CMA Awards…He wasn’t invited! He without a doubt wouldn’t pass up the chance. But the chance merely has never come his way.
Justin talked about it on Twitter, telling his fans: “For all you loyal, wonderful fans of mine. You keep askin’ why you never see me on awards shows. I feel like I owe you a response. Truth is I have no idea. I would love for you to have the opportunity to see me on that stage. And be on that stage.”
“As of yet, I’ve not been asked,” Justin goes on to say. “Nonetheless, you have given me a blessed life and career, which I’m thankful for. I owe that to you guys and COUNTRY RADIO!”

He handled it with a lot of class saying “Plus, my 4 year old just told me I’m her Entertainer of the Year, That’s better than any trophy…:) See y’all #offthebeatenpath..God bless.”


Justin
, we couldn’t be more proud of you here in Arkansas, and we can’t wait to see you in April in Jonesboro at The Convocation Center!

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