Brad Paisley Shares ‘Bucked Off’ Video

Brad Paisley has dropped his new ‘Bucked Off‘ video.

He has included in the video footage of his fans’ real-life breakup videos.

Paisley had asked fans to send him videos of their crumbling relationships.

Co-written with Chris DuBois and Kelly Lovelace, Bucked Off is Paisley’s first single since 2017’s “Heaven South.”

He describes the song as “turbo twang retro-futuristic rockin’ hi-fidelity country music.”

The 46-year-old country music star is singing about breaking up in the video.

“This ain’t my first rodeo / Someone’s gonna get hurt / Whenever someone says we need to talk / It feels like there’s a number / Pinned on to the back of my shirt / ‘Cause this is where the cowboy gets bucked off / Yeah, this is where the cowboy gets bucked off.”

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This Video Of Meghan Markle Styling Women For Job Interviews Is Actually The Sweetest Thing Ever

For fans of the royal family, the winter may have seemed to drag as of late considering that Meghan Markle hasn’t been seen since Christmas Day. Now, that’s changed, and there’s even a video! Meghan Markle helped style women for job interviews in her latest royal outing, and honestly, it may just be the sweetest thing you’ll see today.

If you hadn’t heard yet, Markle announced her royal patronages this week. For the non-royal obsessed, this basically just means that she chose the causes and organizations that she’ll be focused on for now. According to Cosmopolitan, one of these new patronages is Smart Works, an organization that helps unemployed women build skills and get back into the workplace. Great, right?

Markle paid a surprised visit to Smart Works, and while there, she helped style one of the organizations clients in what may just be the cutest video fans of Markle’s have ever seen. Captured by report Rebecca English, the videos show the Duchess of Sussex pulling pieces to help compliment what Smart Works’ client, Patsy Wardally, is currently wearing. She pulls a pretty camel colored coat first and then compliments Wardally on the color of her dress and a bracelet she’s wearing. It’s heartwarming, tbh.

According to English, Wardally had nothing but nice things to say about working with Markle. She explained to English that thanks to Markle’s styling she feels "much more confident" going back out into the workforce.

In a video posted by InStyle, fan can see Markle moving through the racks of clothing to head to the handbags, and it’s clear that the Duchess wants to get hands-on with the organization. In fact, according to English’s Twitter, she spoke with Smart Works co-founder Juliet Hughes-Hallett who confirmed that Markle immediately wanted to get directly involved with the work that they do.

Seeing Markle invested in styling women shouldn’t come as a surprise to long-time fans, though. It’s something she has been doing long before she ever became a member of the royal family. During her time on the television show Suits, she also acted as a guest stylist on The Today Show where she helped show women the latest seasonal trends and styled models. Plus, fans of the actor turned duchess, are probably familiar with her former lifestyle and fashion website The Tig. The site ended following her engagement to Prince Harry, but it’s proof that she’s always had a passion for helping women use fashion to feel powerful.

As for what Markle herself wore to Smart Works, she was dressed in a chic and minimalist black maternity dress from brand HATCH, a camel coat, and maybe the best shoes she’s ever worn. The Duchess was rocking cow-print pumps. Yes, cow-print, and they totally work with the simple frock and coat.

Markle has clearly chosen Smart Works as her patronage because of her love of fashion, but seeing the Duchess actually work with clients is so sweet. Here’s hoping to more Markle stylings in the future.

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This Video of Lady Gaga Denying Her Golden Globes Dress Was Inspired by Judy Garland Is *Such* a Mood

As expected, Lady Gaga had a major sartorial moment at the Golden Globes on Sunday. Costumed in a strapless lilac Valentino gown (with matching hair, natch) and diamonds galore, the singer and actress gave us the modern princess moment we’d been hoping for.

The second she stepped on the carpet, social media began churning out comparisons to the ball gown Judy Garland wore in her 1954 version of A Star Is Born (the same film Gaga was nominated for that evening).

Sharing a similar hue and voluminous sleeves, the parallels are hard to deny.

That being said, Gaga insisted the likeness was unintentional. Shown a photo of Garland’s gown by Entertainment Tonight’s Nancy O’Dell on the red carpet, the multi-hyphenate appeared to have been caught off-guard. Enter: the Internet.

If you watch the full interview, Gaga is clearly pleasantly surprised by the turn of events, but the context-free reaction clip will forever make us LOL.

If Gaga doesn’t “accidentally” dress up like Barbra Streisand (another Star Is Born ingenue) at the Oscars, I will revolt.

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We Can't Stop Watching Chrissy Teigen Hug Leslie Jones' Umbrella


It can only go up from here, right?

For those celebrating New Year’s Eve in Times Square Monday night, conditions weren’t exactly ideal.

Between the freezing cold temperatures and consistent rain, the Big Apple wasn’t so cozy right before midnight.

But before counting down for the annual ball drop, Chrissy Teigen and Leslie Jones found themselves in a hilarious situation on NBC’s special broadcast. As it turns out, umbrellas are more dangerous than we first thought.

In a video clip going viral, the supermodel tries to hug the Saturday Night Live star. But in the process, Leslie’s umbrella hits Chrissy right in the face.

“I’m okay!” Chrissy joked on Twitter after a follower shared video from the unexpected moment. “7am. Heading back out to Time’s Square to find my eyeball.”

As you likely could have guessed, Leslie was immediately apologetic and voiced her concerns on Twitter.

“Ugh I can’t believe I hit @ChrissyTeigen in face!! Lordt!! I love you boo!! So Sorry. #ThatsWhyIHateUmbrellas,” she shared on Twitter. Chrissy responded, “Eye’m Fine baby. I hug too hard what I can say.”

That’s the spirit!

Keith Urban, Diana Ross, BeBe Rexha, Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Lopez were also featured in NBC’s New Year’s Eve telecast.

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New video shows moment an Arsenal fan throws a bottle at Alli

New video shows moment an Arsenal fan throws a plastic bottle at Spurs star Dele Alli as police launch probe into ugly incident after arresting seven people at north London derby

  • Dele Alli was hit by a water bottle during Wednesday night’s north London derby
  • The bottle looked to have been thrown from the Arsenal end of the Emirates  
  • The Met Police told Sportsmail that they have been working to identify fan 
  • Arsenal legend Ian Wright has called for the fan responsible to be banned for life 

New footage has emerged that appears to show the Arsenal fan that threw a plastic bottle that hit Dele Alli during the north London derby.

A video uploaded to Twitter seems to reveal the person who threw the object from the stands at the Emirates Stadium was wearing a hooded jacket that obscured his face.

The fan then ducked after throwing the object, which caught Alli square on the head. It is understood that he immediately ran out of the stadium when he saw it had hit the Spurs star.

New footage has shown which Arsenal fan threw a plastic water bottle at Dele Alli

Alli was struck by the water bottle that was thrown by a fan in the Arsenal end on Wednesday

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Arsenal have apologised for the incident: ‘We have all been embarrassed by the individual who threw a bottle at Dele Alli during Wednesday night’s match against Tottenham Hotspur.

‘Behaviour of this type has no place at Emirates Stadium and after analysing CCTV footage, which showed him leaving the stadium after throwing the bottle, we have identified an image of the suspect. 

‘We are liaising with the Metropolitan Police and investigations continue in order to apprehend the culprit. 

‘We are not responsible for the actions of one individual, but send our apologies to Dele Alli and everyone at Tottenham Hotspur for this incident. We do not tolerate any anti-social, discriminatory or violent behaviour at Arsenal Football Club. 

‘Anyone identified will receive a lengthy club ban and their details will be passed to the police to commence legal proceedings.’

The suspect is thought to be an adult, not a child, as was reported on Thursday morning. 

On Thursday morning, the Met Police told Sportsmail they were looking into the incident.

A statement read: ‘The Met is working with Arsenal Football Club to identify the person responsible for an incident where a bottle was thrown onto the pitch during the Arsenal vs Tottenham match on Wednesday, 19 December. 

‘There has been no arrest in relation to this specific incident. 

‘Seven people were arrested as part of the policing operation for this match for a variety of offences including possession of drugs; public order and assault on police.’ 

Arsenal legend Ian Wright has called for a lifetime ban: ‘I’ve got to roundly condemn the people who chose to throw something at Dele Alli. I know Dele can be a bit of a pantomime villain. It’s no excuse. 

Alli was struck by a plastic bottle during Wednesday night’s north London derby game

‘I’ve done exactly the same to the Spurs fans, I don’t remember having anything thrown at me. Whatever the club’s doing, they should find them and ban them for life. We don’t want that touch to our club.’

Alli made light of the incident on his Instagram, posting a snap of the moment and adding: ‘It was at this moment he knew… he f***** up’. 

The bottle was thrown in the 72nd minute of Spurs’ 2-0 win which earned a Carabao Cup semi-final against Chelsea. 

The England midfielder had scored Tottenham’s second goal. After being struck by the bottle, he responded by signalling ‘2-0’ towards Arsenal fans as Spurs sealed their spot in the last four. Manchester City will play League One Burton Albion in the other semi-final.

Arsenal will face an FA probe over the incident and are currently scouring CCTV footage in an attempt to identify the fan. 

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino branded the person behind the incident ‘stupid’, adding: ‘It was lucky it wasn’t a big issue.

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The Tottenham midfielder was angry as he turned to the Arsenal fans to see what was thrown

‘For me, we hate each other in a good way but that is in a bad way when you want to damage people, or an opponent.

‘Only one stupid person made a mistake. I respect Arsenal fans. I hope Arsenal can take some responsibility for the people through cameras and identify. It wasn’t a problem but it can be a big issue and then how do we fix it?

‘I think Arsenal will take responsibility to identify the person involved.’

Alli added: ‘It is what it is. It made the goal a little bit sweeter and the win.’

Sokratis Papastathopoulos was the main Arsenal player trying to calm a furious Alli down

A steward walks off with the bottle that hit the Tottenham player on the back of the head

If caught, the person is likely to face a ban, but identification could prove difficult for the north London club’s security as this was not a match where season-ticket holders were in their usual seats.

This incident puts the spotlight on supporters once again, after recent events which have shamed English football.

One Tottenham fan was this week banned from football for four years in Highbury Magistrates Court and fined £500 after throwing a banana skin towards Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as he celebrated scoring a goal earlier this month when Arsenal won the Premier League clash 4-2.

Chelsea fans were also accused of racially abusing Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling at Stamford Bridge when he went to retrieve the ball. 

Alli could not resist ramping up the bad blood between the rivals with his own 2-0 gesture

Arsenal manager Unai Emery was asked about the thrown bottle and said: ‘I didn’t see. I think the atmosphere is good. But I didn’t see this. If there is one situation like that, it is not good behaviour.’

Pochettino also reserved special praise for Alli afterwards as he said: ‘In training he gets bored easily. He is a competitive animal and feels comfortable. In a competitive situation, he always gives his best. That is the quality he has and you cannot buy it in a supermarket.’

The Argentine also hailed his players as they ignored the talk of Manchester United wanting to steal their manager to inflict this defeat on Arsenal.

Son Heung-min and Alli scored the goals, with Spurs showing no lack of focus despite the intense speculation surrounding Pochettino’s future following the sacking of Jose Mourinho on Tuesday.

Referee John Moss was quickly on the scene in a bid to stop players turning on each other

This victory moved Tottenham one step closer to lifting their first trophy since winning this competition under Juande Ramos in 2008 and Pochettino said: ‘It was very competitive, more like a final than a quarter-final. Tough. 

‘Arsenal have a great team. It is difficult to play here. A few weeks ago here we were disappointed and to change that emotion was important. That’s why I am so happy.

‘It’s unfair to talk about winning titles. In a competitive country it’s so difficult. The most important thing is to settle the principles (of the side) and create a competitive team. We are competitive.’

Alli added: ‘When we came here last time we didn’t get the result we wanted. But we wanted to get to the semi-finals and I think it was a strong performance from us in the end. We have to focus on the next game now, focus on the positives and not get carried away with ourselves. We play games to win and keep improving.’ 

Sky pundits Jamie Redknapp and Alex Scott described the bottle throwing as ‘disgusting’ 

Meanwhile, talking about the Alli incident after the full-time whistle, pundits Alex Scott and Jamie Redknapp said more needs to be done to stamp such behaviour out of the game.

Scott said: ‘It’s complete stupidity, I don’t know why this would come through your head. You don’t need to do this. You need to stamp down on this. You need to start banning people. 

‘Why would you do this? This is the sort of thing we need to stomp out.’

For Redknapp it was ‘disgusting behaviour’ that needs to be tackled before something more dangerous is hurled at players. 

‘It is obvious we are not doing enough to stamp racism out but if you come to the football to throw a bottle at a professional player it’s embarrassing,’ he said. 

‘Don’t come. When you throw something at someone like that it is disgusting behaviour. It’s not good enough. Someone will throw a coin and it could take a player’s eye out.’ 


This incident on Wednesday night puts the spotlight on supporters once again, after recent events which have shamed English football.

Chelsea fans have been involved in a number of controversies in recent weeks, including alleged racism aimed at Raheem Sterling, and offensive chanting at a Europa League match.

The suspension of four Chelsea supporters came after they were caught on television hurling abuse at Manchester City forward Sterling during their Premier League clash on December 8.

Sterling spoke to the Metropolitan Police following the abuse, which he said included racist insults. In a statement on Instagram, the England international said he ‘had to laugh’ at the attack as he ‘expects no better’. 

One of the fans was identified as 60-year-old Colin Wing, who denied racially abusing Sterling. No arrests have yet been made an investigations by the police, FA and Chelsea are ongoing. 

Chelsea’s week of shame was compounded with images of a ‘Nazi’ banner on social media

Last Thursday, a section of Chelsea fans were heard singing anti-Semitic chants during their Europa League draw away to Hungarian club MOL Vidi. 

There were also pictures circulated on social media which showed a group with a Chelsea flag that was also decorated with Nazi-inspired insignia. 

UEFA have opened an investigation into the chanting, which Chelsea criticised in a strongly-worded statement. 

One Tottenham fan was this week banned from football for four years in Highbury Magistrates Court and fined £500 after throwing a banana skin towards Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as he celebrated scoring a goal earlier this month when Arsenal won the League clash 4-2.

Averof Panteli, 57, was fined £500 and banned. He claimed he picked up the skin in anger from the floor and threw it at the Gabon international, who had just scored the opening goal in Arsenal’s 4-2 victory.

A banana skin was thrown towards Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after he scored against Spurs 

Brighton and Crystal Palace fans were involved in violent clashes ahead of their Premier League fixture at the start of the month.

Fans reportedly clashed at Brighton station ahead of the game known as the ‘M23 Derby’, with police having to step in.

Similarly ugly scenes occurred before last season’s game at the AMEX Stadium, where 150 Palace fans were refused entry to the ground despite having tickets.

Local Brighton newspaper The Argus reported both sets of fans fought with officers as they boarded trains to the stadium. It also claimed there was a small section of away supporters singing homophobic chants directed at home fans. Some Palace fans are said to have escaped from a police escort and attacked Albion supporters outside a pub before being restrained.

Brighton and Crystal Palace fans were involved in violent clashes earlier this month

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Stunning timelapse shows rolling ‘sea of fog’ blanket a Swiss valley

Stunning timelapse video shows rolling ‘sea of fog’ blanket a Swiss valley with Matterhorn visible in the distance

  • Timelapse was captured overnight on November 17 at the Swiss Valais canton  
  • Famous Alpine mountains such as the Matterhorn and Weisshorn are visible 
  • A photographer caught the enchanting timelapse rolling through a valley

A photographer caught an enchanting timelapse video of fog rolling over a Swiss mountain valley, creating a rolling ‘sea of fog’ in constant motion.

The timelapse was captured overnight on November 17 at the Swiss Valais canton looking south, with famous Alpine mountains such as the Matterhorn and Weisshorn visible in the distance.

The sea of fog heaves with a light painting it yellow as the electricity of nearby settlements provide an enchanting back drop.   

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The Valais is a canton in southern Switzerland, home to the pyramid-shaped Matterhorn mountain, upscale Alpine resorts and upper Rhône River Valley vineyards. 

As well as being famous for its stunning scenery and rugged mountains, the region boats almost 4,000 different species of animals.

Valais attracts attention every year when its notorious cows are pitted against each other as crowds watch on, a far cry from the tranquil scenes provided by the rolling fog. 

Valais is a canton in southern Switzerland, home to the pyramid-shaped Matterhorn mountain

More than 100 cows competed this year in the final event held in the village of Aproz in the southern canton, with the winner forcing all opponents to retreat.

Swiss cows are notoriously territorial and will fight with each other when put in the ring, choosing their own opponents until none are left willing to do battle with them.

The timelapse was captured overnight on November 17 at the Swiss Valais canton

Unlike bull fighting, cows rarely injure each other in combat as its is mostly pushing and shoving using their muscular bodies to show supremacy, with the loser turning away when beaten. 

Each cow wears a large traditional cowbells that dong with every push during the fight, and the winner is presented with an huge ornate bell befitting her position.

The ‘Queen of Queens’ will lead the herd through the summer and her offspring fetch huge prices for the winning owner. She can then defend her crow at the next championship.


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Shocking bodycam video shows two female PCs being attacked by thug who punches one in the face

The disgusting ambush happened after the officers were called to a property in North Hykeham near Lincoln on December 10.

One of the cops was pushed into a hedge by the thug and the other was dragged to the ground and punched several times in the face by the same man.

He is heard saying "get off, get off, get off" before launching his vicious assault.

The officer who was shoved into the bush and begins to use pepper spray on the offender, who was seen grabbing the hair of the other officer and yanking her to the ground.

She shouts "get down now!

"Get on the floor!" as he continues to grapple with her.

She is then thrown to the floor,  wincing visibly in pain and he then gets on top of her and begins pummelling her with his fists.

The other yells down the radio for back up as the aggressive man carries on shouting in the background.

A recently introduced law – The Assaults on Emergency (Workers) Act 2018 – increases the penalties for assaults on all Emergency Services Personnel.

The law came into force last month, which allows the courts to impose up to a year’s imprisonment and/or an unlimited fine.

Where assaults cause more serious injury the legislation considers the offence ‘aggravated’ if it is committed against an emergency worker. This gives the courts the option to impose even harsher sentences.

Chief Constable Bill Skelly said: “We have a duty to look after and protect the public but we are all too often prevented from doing so due to violent individuals who choose to attack those who are there to help them.

“Most importantly it should be remembered that they are fathers, mothers, sons and daughters.

"When they are attacked they become victims just like any other, but victims who have been attacked while trying to help others.”

According to Lincolnshire Police, the man was charged with assault on an emergency worker and ordered to pay £100 compensation, 12-month community order and undergo a rehabilitation requirement.

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