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Make a "Sunday Night Football" date with Kane Brown and Carrie Underwood on September 8

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ABC/Mitch Haaseth If you tune in to watch the Pittsburgh Steelers take on the New England Patriots in the first Sunday Night Football game of the season, you can stick around to see Kane Brown on The Tonight Show.

The “Good As You” hitmaker will be one of Jimmy Fallon’s guests on September 8, during the first of five special Sunday editions of NBC’s late night talk show.

Kelly Clarkson will also be there to preview The Kelly Clarkson Show, while Jamie Foxx and Michael B. Jordan will stop by to talk about their new movie, Just Mercy.

The special weekend editions of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon will air after the local news, following Sunday Night Football.

Carrie Underwood returns this fall to sing the Sunday Night Football theme, as she has since 2013. This year’s opening was recorded inside Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium this summer, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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Tim McGraw's fans are front & center in new "Thought About You" video

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ABC/Mark LevineTim McGraw’s fans are the stars of his new music video for his top twenty hit, “Thought About You.”

“We had so many incredible fan photos submitted for the ‘Thought About You’ Fan Video,” the superstar shared on his socials. “I’m blown away by your stories. Thank you!!!”

“I hope you see yourself or someone you love in this video,” he adds, “whether in a photo or through your connection with the message of the song.”

The video features Tim’s acoustic version of the song, as a cascading array of fan photos fall, eventually finding their place on a bulletin board.

You can check out the “Thought About You” video on YouTube now.

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Watch now: Taylor Dye may "Die from a Broken Heart" in Maddie & Tae's dramatic new video

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Mercury Nashville Taylor Dye shows off her acting skills in Maddie & Tae’s dramatic new video for “Die from a Broken Heart.”

Tae demonstrates a wide range of emotion in the video as she plays the female half of a happy couple destined for heartbreak. Simultaneously, Maddie Marlow performs the ballad standing in a grassy field, wearing a glamorous red gown.   

“We knew that with a song like ‘Die From a Broken Heart,’ the music video needed to come from that same vulnerability and that’s exactly what we did,” Tae says.  

“This music video was healing for me and I hope it plays a part in someone else’s healing as well,” she adds.

Maddie gives her musical partner high marks for flexing her dramatic muscles in the clip.

“Tae was so vulnerable and did an amazing job acting out her story,” Maddie says. “I’m so proud of her for going there fully, so that others can connect. Of all the videos we’ve created, ‘Die From a Broken Heart’ is the one I’m most proud of making.”

So far, the duo’s latest single has been streamed more than 50 million times.

Next month, Maddie & Tae join Carrie Underwood for the second leg of her Cry Pretty Tour.

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Stars of 'The Brady Bunch' to walk the shag carpet for HGTV's 'A Very Brady Renovation' premiere

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HGTV(LOS ANGELES) — Here’s the story, of a lovely family, whose famous TV home just got rebuilt.

That story — the 2018 renovation of the world-famous North Hollywood home known as the “Brady Bunch house” — is the centerpiece of HGTV’s new series A Very Brady Renovation…and the Brady family will soon gather to celebrate.

The six Brady Bunch siblings — Barry Williams, who played Greg; Maureen “Marcia” McCormick; Christopher “Peter” Knight; Eve “Jan” Plumb, Mike “Bobby” Lookinland, and Susan “Cindy” Olsen — will walk the red shag carpet at the Garland Hotel in Los Angeles for the show’s September 5th “shag carpet” — instead of red carpet — premiere.

With them will be HGTV renovation stars like Mina Starsiak Hawk and Karen E. Laine from Good Bones, Jasmine Roth from Hidden Potential, and other celebrities yet to be announced.

As for what was done to the house, remember that only exterior shots were used on The Brady Bunch. The new series documents the top-to-bottom restoration of the home, making it so its interior and exterior perfectly matched the house you see in the TV show. 

While the actual set was only one level, with the “upstairs bedrooms” next to each other on the same floor as the living room, the renovation experts on the HGTV show made it look like the two-level home we all remember — and replicated the classic show’s interiors right down to the smallest bits of Brady bric-a-brac.

No word on whether or not the famous football that broke Marcia’s nose will be one of the items recreated on the set.

HGTV’s A Very Brady Renovation debuts September 9.              

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Authorities in Tennessee offer reward for information on 'extremely dangerous' escaped inmate

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Tennessee Department of Corrections(HENNING, Tenn.) — Authorities are offering a $32,500 reward for information that leads to the capture of an escaped Tennessee inmate who is considered “extremely dangerous” and a suspect in a homicide case, officials said at a press conference Thursday.

Curtis Watson escaped from work detail on Wednesday from the West Tennessee State Penitentiary in Henning, Tennessee, about 50 miles northeast of Memphis, according to officials with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI). Watson, 44, fled the area on a tractor, which was later found about a mile from the facility, officials said.

He was originally considered a person of interest in the homicide of Debra Johnson, 64, but is now a suspect after the state’s Violent Crime Response team concluded their investigation at the crime scene, David Rausch, director of the TBI, said at a press conference Thursday.

Johnson, who was the West Tennessee administrator for the Department of Corrections, was killed early Wednesday inside her home, which is located on the prison grounds. She was employed with the state for the last 38 years.

The facility was placed on lock down after Johnson’s body was found, and authorities soon realized Watson was missing, police said.

“He could be anywhere,” Rausch said. “We need Tennesseans, as well as our partners throughout bordering states to be vigilant about this.”

It was not immediately clear what contact Watson and Johnson had, but one official said it was “not uncommon for her to know the inmates who work on the property.”

“She was very well regarded with staff and inmate population,” Tony Parker, commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Corrections, said at the press conference Thursday.

Police did not say how Johnson was killed.

Officials warned residents not to approach Watson. Instead, they should call local authorities.

“We need Tennesseans to be vigilant,” Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee said at the press conference. “We need folks in this state and, in particular the region where the crime occurred, to report any and all information to local law enforcement.”

Lee authorized $25,000 for the reward, while the TBI issued $2,500 and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives added $5,000 to the fund.

“Rest assured that we will find this offender and bring justice to the family of Debra Johnson,” Parker had previously said.

Over the course of her “distinguished” career, Johnson served in numerous positions including correctional sergeant, deputy warden, warden and correctional administrator, overseeing all prisons in the western region of the state, officials said.

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