Tim McGraw is making history of his own with two movies hitting theaters and a new music video. Black Cloud and Friday Night Lights will both hit theaters in the next two weeks and the superstar performed his new single "How Bad Do You Want It" during the halftime of the Cowboys and Redskins matchup, marking the first time a Monday Night Football game had a performance during halftime. CMT Insider was on hand for the video shoot and we'll give fans a sneak peek at what to expect from the country star. Superstar George Strait's latest CD 50 Number Ones, featuring his latest hit single "I Hate Everything," is about to hit stores. We'll have more of our rare, exclusive interview with the Texan talking about his life and career. Brad Paisley reached another milestone recently selling over 5 million records. CMT Insider was on hand for the special celebration at Nashville's famous Ryman Auditorium, and we'll give fans a ticket into the party for all the fun. L.A. correspondent Lisa Lee will share some more on Tim McGraw's upcoming movie Friday Night Lights starring Billy Bob Thornton. She'll also spotlight Black Cloud, an independent film also featuring McGraw in his film debut, and John Travolta's latest movie Ladder 49. This week's Noisemakers will give the complete lowdown on Randy Travis' star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; Terri Clark's No. 1 party for "Girls Lie Too"; Big & Rich and Gretchen Wilson's upcoming tour; and Keith Urban makes a special appearance at L.A. radio station KZLA. We'll also have a wedding photo from Lonestar's Keech Rainwater's recent union. Also on tap for this episode: we'll be on hand as Faith Hill receives a special honor from the Tennessee Baptist Children's Home; catch up with actress Minnie Driver to talk about her debut CD being released on Rounder Records; check out Canadian vocal group Emerson Drive's performance with Dr. Phil's Diet Challenge winner; and get this week's hit list from Lance Smith.moreless
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