6 Ugly Things That Happened This Week — Sugarland Insurer Suing, New Buffalo Bills Rules, Jana Kramer + Brantley Gilbert Break Up + More
There’s always some less-than-thrilling things that happen each week, whether it’s across the country, down to Music City in Nashville, or right here in our WNY backyards.
This week, country music was more dramatic than
the Jersey Shore the Kardashians + The Real World...combined.
Here’s this week’s rundown.
Chris Young Hospitalized
I don't know what the deal is this summer with country stars in the hospital. Dustin Lynch, Jake Owen, Randy Travis and now Chris Young. And not because their wives are popping out babies.
Young is in the hospital this week with a leg infection, and as of Friday morning, he has an IV in his neck still. We still don't know why, and he doesn't either. Now THAT'S ugly.
Brantley Gilbert + Jana Kramer End Engagement
I spoke with Brantley a couple of months ago, and he was saying him and Jana are probably going to have some songs together on his next album. That's probably not going to happen anymore.
I don't know if this is ugly news though? This is great news for me. Now to plot how to ask her on a date...
New Rules For Tailgating At Bills Games
Tailgaters: You may be mad. Everyone else: You may be happy. If you don't go to the games: You don't give a crap.
No more kegs, funneling, glass bottles or open containers in the parking lot. No more bags in the game. No more drinking a beer in line while waiting for another one. No more smoking in line at the stadium. No more streaking across the field.
OK, I made that last one up. But I'm pretty sure that's an unwritten rule already.
Check out the whole list of new rules.
My Calorie Count At The Erie County Fair
Deep-fried Oreos, funnel cake, deep fried butter, funnel cake with fudge, deep fried Gummie Bears, funnel cake with powder...it doesn't end. I'll see you at the gym Monday.
Here's some of the weirdest things to eat at the Erie County Fair.
Lady A Adjusting To Motherhood
Why is this a bad thing?
Hillary Scott is at home beginning motherhood and nursing her newborn baby.
How are Dave and Charles cooping? They're still playing shows without her -- under the name of Dick Fantastic and the Fabulous Four Skins.
“People say we look a lot like those guys from Lady Antebellum. I hate that band. Such a stupid name,” ‘Dick’ (a.k.a. Kelley) joked onstage, adding, “Really, we just haven’t played a show in a couple of months and we’re going stir crazy…”
Sugarland's Insurer Suing
"The company that provided insurance for the equipment used by Sugarland and Sara Bareilles at the Indiana State Fair in August 2011 is suing the state and several others for damages. The lawsuit seeks monetary compensation to cover equipment harmed during the and after the stage collapse."
Suddenly the tables have turned.