The emotional new ballad does not live up to its name, as there's nothing slowing down about Evans's career at the moment. Her new set is scheduled for early 2014, she's excited to be back in the thick of things, and we at Yahoo Music are thrilled to premiere the video for the new tune. Get a look first: We think you'll agree this fun Nashville-shot clip is not a slow piece of work...especially as it co-stars NASCAR driver Carl Edwards!
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Troubled former teenage star Amanda Bynes has left a California facility after court-ordered psychiatric treatment and is recovering at her parents' home in Los Angeles, People magazine said on Thursday. The 27-year-old actress was receiving psychiatric care at a Malibu facility after she was alleged to have started a small fire in the front of a home in Thousand Oaks, a Los Angeles suburb, in July. "Amanda has completed her inpatient rehabilitation and she's feeling better every day," lawyer Tamar Arminak said in a statement released to the magazine. "Despite the fact Amanda is no longer in a facility, her outpatient treatment is continuing," he added.
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- Detroit-area millionaire offers $5 million to help protect city art: report
A Detroit-area entrepreneur has offered to donate $5 million to help protect the collection of the Detroit Institute of Arts from being sold or otherwise monetized as part of Detroit's bankruptcy, the Detroit Free Press reported on Friday. A. Paul Schaap, founder of diagnostics research firm Lumigen Inc, told the paper he planned to meet on Friday with U.S. Judge Gerald Rosen, the lead mediator in the bankruptcy, to discuss the potential donation. The Detroit Insitute of Arts' collection is owned by the city of Detroit, and Rosen has asked a number of charitable foundations to create a fund to purchase the art from the city and create an independent nonprofit to run the museum. The Christie's report also suggested five strategies for monetizing the art collection without selling it outright.
- NBC climbs ratings mountain with live 'Sound of Music' special
U.S. network NBC's live telecast of the musical "The Sound of Music" played to the tune of 18.5 million viewers, the Comcast Corp-owned broadcaster said on Friday, helping NBC inject some momentum into its entertainment division. The three-hour production on Thursday starring country singer Carrie Underwood as Maria, the would-be nun who falls in love with an anti-Nazi Austrian captain, was NBC's best non-sports draw in the 18 to 49 age group most coveted by advertisers since the finale of hospital drama "ER" in 2009. "The Sound of Music" telecast, which was based on the 1959 stage version of the Rodgers and Hammerstein show rather than the Oscar-winning 1965 film starring Julie Andrews, was the top overall draw on U.S. prime-time TV on Thursday, according to Nielsen figures. NBC has languished at the bottom or near it in overall viewers in recent years, dragged down by poorly rated entertainment offerings compared with rivals CBS, Fox and ABC.