Maren Morris is taking on "shaming" Twitter followers who are judging her clothing choices and appearance.

The country singer has been catching flak for her midriff-baring fashion choices, as well as a pair of pants with strategically placed slits she wore to perform at Madison Square Garden in New York last week.

Morris decided to troll critics of her style by tweeting a photo of herself with fiancé and fellow artist Ryan Hurd that read, "Hey, while prudes are complaining about my clothes, let's make babies." She posted the same photo and message to Instagram.

About half an hour later, she added, "Honestly, I'm over the shaming that goes on here. I'm a self-sufficient woman who loves her body. Get over it, thanks."

RaeLynn chimed in and offered Morris words of encouragement, as well as an anecdote about an insulin pump she wears to manage her diabetes: "You're beautiful, everyone else is stupid. I had someone judge my insulin pump. People don't even understand."

Brothers Osborne also showed support for Morris, tweeting, "This is why we should be required to take an ass-hole test before being allowed access to the internet. What is wrong with these people?"

Luke Bryan announced the full list of performers for his ninth annual Farm Tour. In addition to previously announced guests Jon Pardi and Adam Craig, Luke will be joined by the Peach Pickers (Rhett Akins, Dallas Davidson and Ben Hayslip), Jon Langston and DJ Rock.

Luke’s upcoming Farm Tour will make stops at farms in Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, Indiana, Illinois and Missouri between September 28th through October 7th.

Over the years, Luke has awarded 50 college scholarships to local students from farming families within the communities the tour has played.

Thomas Rhett has the first number one album in almost one year on the Billboard charts.  Rhett was 1 of 3 country CDs to make the Billboard top 10.

Rhett scored his first chart topper on the Billboard 200 chart with "Life Changes." The disc earned 123,000 equivalent album units for the week ending Sept. 14. Rhett earned 94,000 in traditional album sales.

Jason Aldean had the last country disc to go to the top with "They Don't Know" on October 1, 2016.

Rhett scored his best sales week ever for an album. His previous high was 63,000 with "Tangled Up."

Dustin Lynch's "Current Mood" debuted in seventh with Kip Moore's "Slowheart" 10th with 36,000 and 29,000 units respectively.

Kelsea Ballerini celebrated her bachelorette weekend in Las Vegas. She shared a video of herself on board a plane goofing around and singing, “I’m ready to party with the best of ’em!”

She shared a photo of herself and her squad, and they all hit Jennifer Lopez’s All I Have residency at the AXIS auditorium at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.

Ballerini posted a shot of herself with Lopez that she captioned, “Don’t be fooled by the rock(s) that I got,” and also posted another shot of herself smiling and looking content, with her engagement ring prominently on display.
 
Ballerini got engaged to Australian musician Morgan Evans on Christmas Day in 2016. The couple are planning to marry toward the end of the year, and they’re using the same wedding planner who did Carrie Underwood‘s wedding.

 

Kenny Chesney continues to do his part to help provide relief from Hurricane Irma’s devastation. This time it was by helping a pair of teen brothers reunite with their mother after their home on the island of St. Johns was destroyed.
 
Jah-Haile Bruce and Jahbioseh Bruce survived the storm on the floor of a bathroom shower as the hurricane raged through the house.

Catching a boat sent to pick up evacuees after the hurricane, the brothers found their way to St. Croix, in hope of catching a flight to Philadelphia to meet up with their mother.

With no commercial flights available, Chesney stepped in, flying the teens to Philadelphia on his private jet. Anonymously.

CNN did some digging to find out that it was indeed Chesney who provided the private flight for the teens, who were beyond grateful. 

Chesney’s heartfelt good deed follows the singer’s recent formation of the Love for Love City Foundation, started to provide disaster relief for both the U.S. and British Virgin Islands.

Blake Shelton will help open Ole Red Tishomingo, a restaurant, live music venue and retail space on September 30th in his hometown of Tishomingo, Oklahoma.

The themed entertainment venue was inspired by Shelton's "Ol' Red," one of the superstar's earliest career-defining songs.

RaeLynn and Opry members Jeannie Seely, John Conlee, and Ronnie Milsap will play at the opening. Shelton will co-host the Sept. 30 show. The free "Blake & Friends" concert will begin at 7 p.m. Central and will be livestreamed on Ole Red's Facebook page.

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The 32nd edition of Farm Aid was held Saturday at the KeyBank Pavilion in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania. The all-day event featured a loaded lineup with sets from the likes of Margo Price, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats and The Avett Brothers, as well as ones from Farm Aid’s Board of Directors Dave Matthews, John Mellencamp, Neil Young and Willie Nelson.

Highlight’s included a number of collaborations with Jack Johnson inviting out Sheryl Crow, Nathaniel Rateliff and Jamey Johnson for a version of Bob Dylan’s “I Shall Be Released” and rising country singer Margo Price guested with both Lukas Nelson & Promise Of The Real on “Find Yourself” and with Sheryl Crow on “Strong Enough.” Crow also offered up a tribute to the late Gregg Allman during her set by inviting out Willie Nelson, Lukas Nelson, Price and Jack Johnson to join her on a jammed out version of the Allman Brothers Band’s “Midnight Rider.”

Neil Young was playing live for the first time since October of last year at his Bridge School Benefit concert. For his abbreviated Farm Aid set Young was backed once again by Promise Of The Real, who channel his days with his longtime backing band Crazy Horse. 

Old Dominion debuted at Number 1 on the country albums chart with "Happy Endings". It also took the Number 7 spot on the Top 200 chart. The album sold more than 31,000 copies in its first week.

 

LOCASH’s Chris Lucas and wife Kaitlyn welcomed baby girl, Violet Reid, over the weekend. She’s the couple’s third child and second daughter.

Thomas Rhett brought his wife Lauren and two daughters out onstage partway through his performance Friday night in Pennsylvania. The country singer introduced them to the fans in attendance, marking 5-week-old daughter Ada James’ first-ever stage appearance.

Rhett brought the band to a halt as Lauren came out onstage holding their adopted daughter, Willa Gray, a moment that had fans in attendance screaming. Lauren also had Ada James strapped to her chest in a sling.

George Strait has recruited Miranda Lambert, Chris Stapleton, Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen for Hurriance Harvey benefit concert.

The concert will take place at the Majestic Theater in San Antonio, TX on September 12th. Portions of the evening’s performances will be incorporated into the larger televised telethon Hand in "Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Harvey Relief", which will air across multiple networks and feature Beyoncé, Blake Shelton, and more.

Tickets for Strait’s Texas show go on sale today at 10 am CST.