An incredibly obvious new survey looked at the 11 most popular things to do on Thanksgiving. Why 11 and not a top 10? You'll see why once we get there . . .
1. Visit family, 89%.
2. Go shopping, 68%.
3. Watch football, 67%.
4. Eat a special dinner, 66%.
5. Take a nap, 64%.
6. Watch the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade, 54%.
7. Eat a special lunch, 52%.
8. Decorate for Christmas, 45%.
9. Spend time outdoors, 37%.
10. Eat a special breakfast, 25%.
11. And in last place by a large margin . . . volunteer, 4%.
JUSTIN MOORE is very protective of his wife and three daughters. That's one of the reasons he moved them from Nashville to his hometown of Poyen, Arkansas.
He also has no interest in posting photos of them on Twitter because he doesn't want people to know who they are.
He says, quote, "Let's be honest, there's a lot [of] nut jobs out there, who, you just never know. And if I ever, because of a decision I make to have a picture of them out there or something that causes them harm, I wouldn't be able to live with myself."
BLAKE SHELTON'S Tweets tend to be silly, and sometimes funny . . . but on Monday he got serious by calling out the artists who trash the music of their peers.
He wrote, "Looking ahead in life I hope to NEVER be one of those artists who bitch about other artists' music. It's transparent, whinny and pathetic." But since he flubbed the spelling of "whiney", he lightened up and addressed that in his next Tweet.
GARTH BROOKSis still on that mission to tell the whole world how much he hates streaming music services. (Except GhostTunes because, you know, he's their partner.)
"Access Hollywood" asked for his take on TAYLOR SWIFT'S standoff with Spotify . . . and off he went, quote, "Music needs to start standing up for itself. Don't forget who's creating the music and who should be doing this stuff.
"And I'm telling you, the devil . . . nice people . . . YouTube. They claim they're paying people but they're not paying anything either. They're getting millions and millions of views and they don't get squat. Trust me."
The reason Garth feels okay saying YouTube is nice and "the devil" in the same sentence is because he's met them: Quote, "I had a meeting. They were all fired up, they were the sweetest, and they're all like, 12.
"And I got to the first question, 'How do you get out?' Silence. You don't. You don't get out."