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Kacey Musgraves Gets Married

Kacey Musgraves & Ruston Kelly are now married.

Musgraves and Kelly were married in Tennessee on Saturday, Oct. 14.

The wedding wasn’t a complete surprise, because Kelly had posted on Friday night that he was spending his last night as a bachelor. And he was happy to do so. “Finally ready to throw in that towel cuz I actually found the real thing. Couldn’t be more proud to have all our family and friends here to honor this new badass union.”

Congrats to the happy couple!

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Kacey Musgraves Celebrates her Bachelorette Party

Kacey Musgraves and her friends headed to Dollywood over the weekend  of July 15th to celebrate her bachelorette party.

According to Kacey’s Twitter and Instagram accounts, the ladies enjoyed quite the assortment of activities, including a fireworks show, candle making, roller coasters and drinking games, as well as custom-made fanny packs and t-shirts.

Kacey, who is engaged to singer/songwriter Ruston Kelly, noted that is was the “best weekend ever” and Dollywood was the “#LastRideForTheBride.”

Check out some pics of the excursion, courtesy of Kacey’s Twitter page below:

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Kacey Musgraves Gets Robbed

On Monday night, while Kacey Musgraves was out seeing a Western swing band (The Time Jumpers) at Nashville’s 3rd & Lindsley, someone was breaking into her car and stealing her boots. Possibly a few other items, as well.

She wrote a few tweets about the crime early on Tuesday morning. It sounds like the thief took her Lucchese cowboy boots and a pair of Charlotte Olympia boots.

But true to her typical attitude in life, Musgraves promised she’d turn this crime into a country song.  So the theft turns into a win for country music fans!


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Kacey Musgraves Shares a Holiday Tradition

“My grandpa had a scavenger hunt puzzle that he does every year,” she says. “Even though I’m like too old for the puzzle, he’s like, ‘You’re still gonna do it.’ So every year, we do that, and it’s funny ‘cause sometimes you’ll find your present in the bathroom or in a tree or out behind the shed. He does a little trail of like either corn or a string to it. It’s very imaginative, and it’s something I look forward to every year. It’s a little tradition.”