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As was rumored back in December, Taylor Swift is the cover girl for the February issue of Vogue magazine.  While she has appeared in the pages of Vogue before, having been named one of their “American Idols: Icons of Stateside Style,” last month, this is her first time on the cover.  Looking fresh-faced and very grown up, wearing a big floppy hat and her new hairstyle with bangs, Taylor’s cover story is called “A Cool New Look for America’s Sweetheart.”

Blake Shelton kicked off his Well Lit & Amplified Tour last Thursday night in Toledo, Ohio, and he had quite a surprise for the audience.  At one point during the show he started singing the Jason Aldean/Kelly Clarkson Grammy nominated duet, “Don’t You Wanna Stay.”   When he got to the chorus Kelly appeared on stage to sing her part of the song to the crowds overwhelming approval.  She was obviously having the time of her life singing with a huge smile on her face the entire time.  When they finished Blake Shelton pointed at Kelly and said, “How cool is that?!  That’s Kelly [beepin’] Clarkson ya’ll!”  Then he did the ‘I’m not worthy’ bow and gave her a big hug.

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