Inside Edge: 'Tribe Kelley' clothing line ready to launch; plus baby drama on 'Nashville,' Eric Church charity news
By Kellie Michaels. CREATED Aug 26, 2014
In addition to the clothing brand called #Can'tAffordNotTo the members of Florida Georgia Line have in the works, the duo's Brian Kelley and his wife, Brittney, have created a separate clothing line called Tribe Kelley that they plan to launch in time for the Christmas shopping season. The couple has already set up Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages for the new line, but no official website has launched yet. Details are still scarce, however Tribe Kelley's latest tweet may allude to what's to come.
Hayden Panettiere's pregnancy is being written into the storyline of her character, Juliette Barnes, on the ABC show "Nashville," according to E! News. Hayden is expecting her first child with her fiance, boxer Wladimir Klitschko. She revealed the baby's gender on the Emmy Awards red carpet Monday when she said the couple is expecting a girl next year. As for the baby drama that could develop on the TV show, Hayden's character cheated on her boyfriend Avery (played by Johnathan Jackson) during a drunken night with Jeff Fordham (played by Oliver Hudson). "Nashville" season three kicks off Sept. 24 at 10 p.m. (ET) on ABC.
Eric Church and his wife Katherine have launched a new charity called Chief Cares. The charity will raise money to send aid to kids in Nepal and Haiti. It will also help domestic organizations close to heir hearts, such as Nashville's Humane Association. To help Eric raise money, you can buy the Chief Cares platinum seats on his tour dates, with the majority of the purchase price going to the charity. See dates and prices at EricChurch.com/chiefcares.