Photos/Video: Nashville Episode 5×13

I added screencaps of Clare from episode 13 of Nashville.

Photos/Video: Access Hollywood at CMT Music Awards

Photos: New CMT Photo Session

Clare and Brandon did a tiny photo session at the CMT awards. They looked so cute! Check out the photos in the gallery. Big thanks to my friend Emily for these.

Photos: CMT Music Awards

Clare attended the CMT Music Awards yesterday with Brandon and the two just looked darling at the event. I’ve added photos to the gallery. Enjoy!

Photos/Video: Nashville Episode 5×12

I’ve added screencaps and a new video of Clare from last night’s episode of Nashville. What an episode?! What did you guys think of it?

Press: Nashville Cast Announces Dates for Summer 2017 US Tour

Summer Tour To Feature Clare Bowen, Chris Carmack, Charles Esten, and Jonathan Jackson

Get ready for a fun summer, Nashies!

The cast of Nashville has just announced their fourth US tour. A special presale begins Wednesday, May 3 at 10 a.m and ends Thurdsay, May 4 at 10 p.m. (times local to the venue).

Use this special CMT presale code in honor of the June 1 mid-season premiere: CMTjune1

Here are the tour dates:
7/23 – Orlando, FL – Hard Rock Live
7/25 – Clearwater, FL – Ruth Eckerd Hall
7/26 – Atlanta, GA – Chastain Park Amphitheatre (on sale in June)
7/28 – Grand Prairie, TX – Verizon Theatre
7/29 – Robinsonville, MS – Horseshoe Tunica
7/30 – Huber Heights, OH – Rose Music Center at The Heights
8/1 – Vienna VA – Wolf Trap for the Performing Arts (on sale now)
8/2 – Raleigh, NC – The Red Hat Amphitheater
8/4 – Richmond, VA – Innsbrook After Hours
8/5 – Brooklyn, NY – Coney Island Amphitheater
8/6 – Atlantic City, NJ – Borgata Spa & Resort Event Center

The tour is set to feature cast members Clare Bowen, Chris Carmack, Charles Esten, and Jonathan Jackson, and is produced by Opry Entertainment. Tour stops will feature songs from the series as well as the artists’ original material.

All shows go on sale Friday, May 5, except for Vienna, VA which is on sale now and Atlanta, GA which will go on sale in early June. A limited number of VIP Packages including cast meet & greets will be available for all shows.

For more information, click here. Don’t miss the mid-season premiere of Nashville Thursday, June 1 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
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Press: ‘Nashville’ Renewed for a Sixth Season

Nashville isn’t going anywhere.

CMT has renewed the country music drama for a 16-episode sixth season debuting in early 2018, ET has learned.

“Nashville is our biggest hit and we’re thrilled its fans have now become consistent CMT viewers,” said Brian Philips, President of CMT. “As fans ourselves, we couldn’t be happier with our hometown show’s creative resurgence! We can’t wait for you to see what comes next.”

As a treat to the fans, CMT released a new teaser video highlighting what’s to come in the second half of the current fifth season. In the midseason finale, Maddie (Lennon Maisy) went off to New York to kick-start her singing career and Scarlett (Clare Bowen) revealed that she was pregnant.

Showrunner and executive producer Marshall Herskovitz gave a preview of where the characters are headed in the summer premiere, which picks up 10 weeks later. When the show returns, Deacon (Esten) helps Daphne (Stella Maisy), but Daphne feels unmotivated, while Juliette (Hayden Panettiere) offers Maddie unsolicited advice about a song. Meanwhile, Scarlett and Gunnar (Sam Palladio) receives news about the baby.

“What we’re promising, really, is this continuing process of deepening the relationships of these characters and following through them figuring out who they are in their lives, trying to make their way and getting into the real conflicts that happen. That’s going to be both wonderful and difficult,” Herskovitz teased.

“There is most definitely life after Rayna and yet we never forget her,” he continued, referencing the death of Connie Britton’s character. “She’s sort of a presence in each of the episodes because that’s what happens in life.”

Nashville will also welcome another addition to the cast — and he’ll likely be stirring up trouble.

Big Little Lies star Jeff Nordling has joined the ensemble as Brad Maitland, an “extremely successful, charming, egotistical, narcissistic owner” of Nashville’s most successful record label. Nordling joins Rachel Bilson and Kaitlin Doubleday as the newest members of the Nashville family.

Nashville returns for the second half of season five on Thursday, June 1 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CMT.
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Photos: Nashville Episode 5×11 Screencaps + Nashville Featurettes

I’ve added screencaps of Clare from the most recent episode of Nashville. Still reeling from that shocker at the end!

I’ve also added screencaps to all the missing Nashville featurettes from CMT from this season of Nashville. Enjoy.

Photos: Nashville Honors Gala

Clare attended the Nashville Honors Gala 3 weeks ago with fiancee Brandon. They both attended the event and performed together. They looked so beautiful together. Such a lovely couple.

Press/Video: Entertainment Tonight – ‘Nashville’ Star Clare Bowen Breaks Down That Pregnancy Shocker: ‘Oh, Drama!’

Warning: Spoiler alert! Do not proceed if you have not watched Thursday’s spring finale of Nashville. If you have, read our full recap, then come on back.

Well, that’s certainly going to change things.

Nashville wrapped up the first half of its fifth season with an unexpected bombshell at the end of Thursday’s spring finale: Scarlett (Clare Bowen) is with child!

The singer-songwriter broke the baby news moments after reluctantly agreeing to go on tour with her on-again/off-again beau Gunnar (Sam Palladio), telling him that she’s going on the road with him, with one not-so-tiny caveat. “One thing you need to know… I’m pregnant,” Scarlett revealed to Gunnar (and the audience), who had a stunned expression on his face.

The kicker? She’s not sure who the father is: Gunnar or Damien (Christian Coulson), the Brit who directed The Exes’ music video and immediately took a liking to Scarlett. And so the long wait to the resolution of that cliffhanger begins!

Luckily, ET caught up with Bowen via email about what Scarlett’s impending motherhood means for her future — and whether it makes a difference who the father is.

ET: Scarlett’s pregnancy bombshell was quite a shock! What was your first reaction when you read that in the script?
Clare Bowen: In the words of Terry Pratchett: “Oh, drama.”

How do you think she’d handle motherhood?
Scarlett’s done a lot of growing up over the last couple of seasons. She’s developed a sense of self-preservation, as opposed to just trying to keep everyone else happy all the time. I think her having become protective of herself, her own wants and needs is a good start in self-love, just in time for this journey. Having said that, we all know she’s great at taking care of others, but having had an abusive, unwell mother herself, she has no training in “mothering.” Not to mention, she’s a 26 year old with a career, experiencing a surprise pregnancy just when she thought she was getting a foothold on life. But she’s resourceful and instinctive with the patience of a brick. So she’s just going to bloody well handle it.

While this normally would be happy news, it seems Scarlett is torn — especially when she admits she doesn’t know who the father is. How does Scarlett navigate this new uncharted territory?
“Normal” is a setting on a dryer. Scarlett has had fears that she might suddenly turn into her mother upon becoming one. She also entertains the fear that this is her punishment for doing something that actually felt good, instead of just submitting to Gunnar’s wishes. But in her heart of hearts, she knows that’s simply not true. She knows everything happens for a reason and chooses to keep her baby, because to her as an individual, no matter who this baby came from, he or she is a part of her, and that is enough for Scarlett.

How will the identity of the father change things for Scarlett? If it’s Gunnar’s baby, will she have a different reaction than if it was Damien’s? Is it important to her who it is?
Honestly she doesn’t want, or need, to know at this moment. She is the one carrying this child. She doesn’t want to hurt Gunnar, and thusly can’t fake having feelings for him right now. Also she has no idea what Damien’s reaction will be. At this point, it’s all about her baby. That’s just the way she is.

She’s also about to go on tour with Gunnar. Could this new baby thaw things between them?
I don’t have children but I’ve been told they’re not instruments to fixing broken relationships. Scarlett was incredibly honest with Gunnar, and well within her rights when she said she didn’t know what it would take for her to trust him again.

It was lovely seeing Rayna — via footage, interviews — throughout this episode, as everyone started to pick up the pieces and move on with their lives. Were you satisfied with the way Rayna’s story closed with the recording of the unfinished duet?
Upon witnessing Deacon’s strength in singing with the love of his life one last time, knowing he’ll never hold her again, there came about a feeling of “He will survive this” for Scarlett. Her family is a patched-together thing. Deacon is not just her uncle — he’s her best friend in the whole world, and she’d do anything to protect him. Seeing him put one toe on the path to healing made her heart soar.

Lastly, what three words would you use to describe Nashville’s return?
Honesty, family, bravery.

Nashville returns this summer on CMT.
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