The CMA Awards picks its hosts, Hunter Hayes goes platinum, Dierks Bentley has a new single, Luke Bryan has a new album and Taylor Swift gives fans some advice.

FOX News Radio Entertainment Correspondent, Sabrina Sabbagh has the scoop on the Country music stars making headlines this week:

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I'm Sabrina Sabbagh.


Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will be back as hosts of the CMA Awards.

Underwood: "Shatter every window 'til it's all blown away..." (song)

It will be the sixth time they've hosted the annual Country Music Association Awards in Nashville.


Hayes: "Yeah I don't want easy, I want crazy..." (song)

Hunter Hayes' current single, "I Want Crazy", and his self-titled debut album have been certified platinum, meaning they sold a million copies.


Bentley: "You see this here, flat-top guitar..." (song)

Dierks Bentley has released "I Hold On" to country radio as the first single from his upcoming album: 'Riser'. A release date for the album hasn't been announced.


Bryan: "Just a sip..." (song)

Luke Bryan is out with "Crash My Party", which is expected to be this year's top-selling country album.


Swift: "Why you gotta be so mean?..." (song)

Taylor Swift gave some back to school advice at one of her concerts, telling fans there's always going to be someone being mean to you, so it's better to focus on what you can change, which is how you react to it.

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