LeAnn Rimes’ new tattoo is causing controversy with fans.

The singer went to celebrity tattoo artist Daniel Winter, aka Winter Stone, to get the words “god’s work” etched on her arm. Rimes showed off the “beautiful” finished product on social media.
As always, there were a few fans who took issue with one very particular detail.

The entire phrase was written in lowercase, and some weren’t pleased that she chose not to capitalize “god.” Many left responses in the vein of, “God should be capitalized” and “It’s God. Not god. FYI.” One said, “I luv it but God is GOD! God should have a capital G.”

But her supporters stood up for Rimes’ decision: One wrote, “I’m sure LeAnn knows the difference between God & god and she wrote it exactly how she wanted to, in how it’s meaningful to her.”

The wise response was well received by Rimes, who wrote back to the user with a heart emoji.

Shania Twain will return to Las Vegas for a new 23-date residency at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.

"Shania’s Let’s Go!" residency opens in December with a cluster of shows to close out 2019, followed by additional shows in March, May and June 2020. Shania will serve as the creative director for the new shows, featuring her past catalog of music with videos and elements from her recent NOW tour.

Tickets go on sale to the public Friday (June 21) at 10 a.m. PT. Pre-sale is available for American Express card members (starring today) and Caesars Rewards members, Caesars Entertainment’s loyalty program and Live Nation and Ticketmaster customers (Thursday June 20). 

As Luke Combs' new five-track EP "The Prequel" debutes at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart, the singer-songwriter earns an honor on the Hot Country Songs survey that hadn't been achieved since Johnny Cash did so over 60 years ago.   

Combs places all five songs from "Prequel" in the Hot Country Songs top 25. Lead radio single "Beer Never Broke My Heart" rises 5-3 for a new peak and the other four tracks debut.

Luke Combs on Hot Country Songs, June 22, 2019
No. 3, "Beer Never Broke My Heart" 
No. 12, "Even Though I'm Leaving"
No. 19, "Lovin' On You"
No. 20, "Refrigerator Door"
No. 21, "Moon Over Mexico"
Since Hot Country Songs began as an all-encompassing genre songs tally in October 1958 (today, it blends streaming, airplay and sales data), Johnny Cash is the only other act to have charted five songs in the top 25 simultaneously. Cash did so for three weeks, on charts dated May 11, 18 and 25, 1959.  

Johnny Cash on Hot Country Songs, May 25, 1959
No. 8, "Luther Played the Boogie"
No. 11, "Frankie's Man, Johnny"
No. 14, "You Dreamer You"
No. 15, "Thanks a Lot"
No. 20, "Don't Take Your Guns to Town"

Brantley Gilbert’s Kick It In the Ship Cruise sets sail from Miami to Cozumel on the Norwegian Pearl November 4th-8th with performances from artists including Gilbert, Chase Rice, Lanco, Tyler Farr, Danielle Bradbery, Jon Langston and Colt Ford.  

Trisha Yearwood will kick off her solo Every Girl On Tour October 3rd with a three-night engagement with the Nashville Symphony at Schermerhorn Symphony Center.  

Country singer Chris Lane and reality television star of “The Bachelor” Lauren Bushnell are engaged!

The couple were at her family's home in Oregon for Father’s day when Lane popped the question in the form of a song. 

Lane said, “I knew she wouldn’t want some elaborate crazy proposal. So, I decided to keep it pretty casual. I asked her parents for different places in Portland I could potentially take her to, but after a lot of thought I decided doing it at the family cookout would be the most laid-back setting and that she’d appreciate the simplicity of me proposing to her in her parents’ backyard.”

She obviously said yes and her father said it just added to his Father’s Day.

The couple has been together since the fall of 2018 and Bushnell was previously engaged to "The Bachelor’s" Ben Higgins. 

Loretta Lynn ain't dying. 

In response to a recent tabloid report claiming that the country icon is on her deathbed, she used Facebook to deny the rumor.

Lynn writes, "Well, through the years they've said I'm broke, homeless, cheating, drinking, gone crazy, terminally ill and even dead! Poor things can't ever get it right. I guess if those old pesky tabloids are harassing me then they're giving someone else a break ... but I'm about an inch from taking 'em to Fist City!"

Lynn's Facebook post includes a video in which she states: "Hey! This says I'm in a nursing home and I'm on my deathbed..  You're kidding me!"

"I ain't dead, and neither is Willie.  Both of us are coming back to life, and we're gonna raise hell."

Luke Combs had the top-selling country album this week with "The Prequel". Total sales and streaming activity exceeded 48,000 units in its first week.

Sheryl Crow upcoming album of collaborations, "Threads", which is set to drop on August 30th.

The 17-song album features collaborations with a number of country artists, including Maren Morris, Chris Stapleton, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Margo Price, Jason Isbell, Kris Kristofferson, Emmylou Harris and Vince Gill.

Sheryl signed a new record deal with Big Machine Label Group for the collaborative project.

Chase Rice will hit the road this summer for his 34-date headlining AM/PM Tour, which takes its moniker from a line in his new single, “Lonely If You Are.”

Kicking off on August 1st in East Providence, R.I., Chase’s AM/PM Tour will run through December. Cale Dodds, Chris DeStefano, Devin Dawson and Jon Nite will serve as support on select dates.

Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real  “Turn Off the News (Build a Garden)” (guests: Neil Young, Sheryl Crow, Kesha, Micah Nelson, Shooter Jennings, Randy Houser, Lucius)

K.T. Oslin  “80’s Ladies / This Woman / Love in a Small Town” (1987, 1988 and 1990 albums on two CDs; remastered)

Don Williams  “Especially For You / Listen to the Radio / Yellow Moon” (1981, 1982 and 1983 albums on two CDs)

Hank Williams Sr.  “The Complete Health & Happiness Recordings” (two-CD, 47-song set; October 1949 radio recordings, transferred, restored and mastered from the original 16″ transcription discs by Grammy Award winner Michael Graves)