CMA New Artist of the Year nominee Brett Eldredge performed his romantic hit single, “Mean to Me,” during last night’s episode of CBS’s award-winning reality series BIG BROTHER.
Jeff Schroeder surprised Jordan Lloyd with a marriage proposal and right after the proposal, Brett Eldredge performed “Mean to Me” as a video montage of the couple's best moments on BIG BROTHER 11 and BIG BROTHER 13 were shown.
Brett Eldredge’s “Beat of the Music” was just certified gold by the RIAA, while the song hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart and the Mediabase/Country Aircheck chart June 16th.
To celebrate the occasion of the song reaching No. 1, Eldredge made a jump into the water with the sharks just off the coast of the Bahamas yesterday. The exclusive story broke this morning on People.com.
Brett Eldredge’s “Beat of the Music” holds the No. 1 position this week on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart and on Mediabase/Country Aircheck. This marks Eldredge’s second consecutive single from his debut album, Bring You Back, to hit the top of the country radio charts.
Atlantic Records’ powerhouse vocalist and Paris, Ill., native, Brett Eldredge, returned to his roots on Sunday when he was honored in a hometown ceremony at “Brett Eldredge Day.” Over 2,000 people, in a town with less than 10,000 residents, attended the event. The singer was recognized for his achievements in country music, his hometown values and the role he played in putting Paris on the map.
Hot on the heels of his debut album launch, a media blitz including appearances on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” “Live with Kelly & Michael” and “Today,” and his first No. 1 single with “Don’t Ya,” Brett Eldredge is celebrating another career milestone with his first CMA Awards’ nomination for “New Artist of the Year.” “I just woke up to a ton of texts that said ‘Congrats!’ I thought that they were telling me how awesome I slept,” said Eldredge on receiving the news. “Turns out I was nominated for ‘New Artist of the Year.’ What!? Wow! Thank you CMA!”
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