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Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert released a YouTube video yesterday announcing that they are collaborating on a new album together.  But it’s not a duets CD.  As Blake explains in the video, “Miranda and I have finally decided to make a record together and we’re really excited about it.  It’s a little bit different …” At that point Neal McCoy rolls into the shot and announces, “It’s me!  It’s my record!”  Then the message says, “To Be Continued.”  Neal is a good friend of the couple’s and even sang at their wedding.  More details about the album will be forthcoming.

One other bit of Taylor Swift news.  She will soon be doing an exclusive Q & A for YouTube and she’s asking fans to submit their questions.  You have until the end of the day on Wednesday, August 31st, to submit your questions:

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