It's time for TAYLOR SWIFT and HARRY STYLES of ONE DIRECTION to admit they're either dating . . . because there is no other reason for them to spend this much time together.
There are photos of them hanging out Sunday in New York City's Central Park. They were clearly together but somehow made sure no one saw them touching each other. (PopCrush)
And then there are these photos and video from Britain's Daily Mail. They include some good shots of Harry and Taylor next to the sea lion exhibit. There's also a video on YouTube of them getting into the back of an SUV.
You may have heard about the anti-gun control editorial BOB COSTAS did during halftime of the "Sunday Night Football" game. He was actually quoting a sports writer named Jason Whitlock, who was commenting on the JOVAN BELCHER murder-suicide tragedy. You can watch the editorial here.
Well, the comments lit a fire under CHARLIE DANIELS . . . who took to his Twitter page yesterday with a response.
Charlie wrote, quote, "If Bob Costas is really for gun control he should start by demanding OBAMA to lift his executive privilege order on fast and furious."
Charlie is referring to Operation Fast and Furious . . . where ATF agents purposely allowed licensed arms dealers to sell weapons to illegal buyers, hoping to track the guns to Mexican drug cartels.
KIMBERLY SCHLAPMAN of LITTLE BIG TOWN posted a statement on the band's Facebook page confirming that her brother-in-law was killed by a drunk driver the day after Thanksgiving.
RASCAL FLATTS will host and perform on this year's "A Home for the Holidays" special . . . which airs December 19th on CBS. The special features inspirational stories about adoption and foster care. (Rascal Flatts)
The special includes appearances from Melissa Etheridge, Matchbox Twenty, Rachel Crow and Phillip Phillips.
Some of country's biggest stars are heading across the pond for C2C: Country to Country . . . London's first country music festival.
The lineup includes Tim McGraw, Carrie Underwood, Darius Rucker, Vince Gill, Little Big Town, LeAnn Rimes, Kristian Bush and Brantley Gilbert, with more stars to be announced. The show, which promoters are hoping to make an annual event -- takes place at London's O2 Arena on March 16th and 17th
LADY ANTEBELLUM have started their own charity. It's called LadyAID and it's dedicated to helping children in need. You can find out more at LadyAID.org.