They're Married! Maddie & Tae's Taylor Dye Weds Josh Kerr

They're Married! Maddie & Tae's Taylor Dye Weds Josh Kerr

Taylor Dye is married! 

The Maddie & Tae star tied the knot with songwriter Josh Kerr on Friday, Feb. 21 in Nashville, Tennessee, PEOPLE confirms.

After celebrating her bachelorette party earlier this month, Dye, 24, recently gave fans a peek at the invitations for her and Kerr’s big day.

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green is officially my new favorite color 💚 Thank you @minted for our gorgeous invites!

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well this was one for the books!!! @maddiemarlow planned her booty off & officially turned this anti bachelorette partier into a believer 🎉 thanks to my girls for showing me all the love 💕 Can’t wait to wife you up @joshkerrmusic

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The pair announced their engagement in September, after more than a year of dating. The “Die from a Broken Heart” singer showed off her diamond engagement ring in a series of photos. 

“Can’t wait to love you forever Joshua Peter Kerr ❤ WE’RE ENGAGED!!!!!!!!!!” Dye captioned the post. 

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can’t wait to love you forever Joshua Peter Kerr ❤ WE’RE ENGAGED!!!!!!!!!! @joshkerrmusic //// 📷: @angelinaoliva

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Who Is That Unmasked Man? Without His Trademark Shades, Eric Church Talks Career, Drive and That Outlaw Image

Who Is That Unmasked Man? Without His Trademark Shades, Eric Church Talks Career, Drive and That Outlaw Image

Capless and wearing designer glasses instead of his trademark Ray-Bans, Eric Church showed up at a radio industry event on Thursday looking less like country’s renegade superstar and more like a guy who’d just left the elementary school carpool line.

“Are you really a badass?” his interviewer, radio host Lon Helton, grilled him. “Or do you just play one in country music?”

Church, 42, just laughed, then fell silent for a thoughtful moment. “I don’t know the answer,” he finally replied.

Of course, he acknowledged, he’s been tagged for years with a “badass and outlaw” image. But, he said, “I hope that, if it comes from anywhere, it comes from the fact that what the music is — the quality of the music and that we play three-hour shows and give everything we have — has turned into its own thing.”

In other words, yes, he’s a badass, and he doesn’t need to wear cool shades to be one.

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Church spent almost an hour at the Country Radio Seminar, the national convention held yearly in Nashville, talking about his creative process to a roomful of broadcast executives — the outsider offering an inside view of his take-no-prisoners pursuit of self-expression.

From his very first album, in 2006, Church has chased his creativity far more than record sales and spins, and he’s let the chips fall.

That’s meant, among many other things, getting kicked off a 2006 Rascal Flatts tour because he kept running over his set’s scheduled time. (Church acknowledged he deserved to be fired. “I wanted to do things my way,” he said, “and even then, I did,” adding, “that, honestly, is what got us here.”) It’s meant successfully going toe to toe with his label head over releasing “Smoke a Little Smoke” as a single; the celebration of weed was considered controversial in 2009.  And it’s meant putting his face, shrouded in his now-signature ball cap and aviator Ray-Bans, on the cover of his seminal 2011 album, Chief.

Church told the story of how the iconic image accidentally came to be. His manager, John Peets, actually snapped the pic, in need of a subject so he could try out a new camera.

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Police Question Mom of 15-Month-Old Tennessee Toddler Who Hasn't Been Seen Since December

Police Question Mom of 15-Month-Old Tennessee Toddler Who Hasn't Been Seen Since December

Authorities in Sullivan County, Tennessee, have questioned the mother of a 15-month old girl who was last seen in December.

Evelyn Mae Boswell was last seen on December 26, 2019, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation — but she was officially reported missing only on Tuesday, more than seven weeks after she vanished.

Authorities first learned that Evelyn was missing after hearing from relatives who stated they had not seen the toddler since the holidays. The child’s mother did not report her missing.

PEOPLE confirms that the toddler’s mother, Megan “Maggie” Boswell, was questioned by authorities at the Sullivan County Sheriff’s office on Thursday evening. She was not charged with any crime and left the Sheriff’s office after the questioning.

When Megan Boswell left the Sheriff’s office, she declined to give an interview to a reporter from WJHL-TV. It is unclear whether she has an attorney and she has not returned PEOPLE’s messages for comment.

The Sheriff’s office is not disclosing details from their interview with Boswell at this time.

AMBER ALERT: We need your help to locate 15-month-old Evelyn Mae Boswell, who is missing from Sullivan County.

If you have seen Evelyn, please call the Sullivan County Sheriff's Office at 423-279-7330 or the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND. #TNAMBERAlert

— Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (@TBInvestigation) February 20, 2020

A statewide AMBER Alert has been issued for the toddler.

The Sullivan County Sheriff’s office has enlisted the help of the FBI and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. The Tennessee Department of Children’s Services has also launched an investigation.

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Authorities are not disclosing further details on their investigation — or disclosing why it took so long for the toddler to be reported missing.

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Grey's Anatomy: Jo Karev Demands Answers from Husband Alex While 2 Couples Break Up

Grey's Anatomy: Jo Karev Demands Answers from Husband Alex While 2 Couples Break Up

Grey’s Anatomy continues to break our hearts one week at a time.

During Thursday’s episode of the beloved ABC medical drama, Jo Karev (Camilla Luddington) began to doubt and assume the worst about her husband, Alex Karev’s (Justin Chambers) whereabouts, while two other relationships seemingly came to an end.

While working on a case where a man was seriously injured after throwing himself in front of a bear to protect his wife, Jo couldn’t help but think of her own husband and their current situation. Alex had gone back to his hometown to be with his mother and he has not been touching base with those back in Seattle.

As her mind wandered, Jo asked Owen Hunt, “What if he ran into an old girl from high school and one thing led to another?”

“It took me a long time to get to this place in my life with Teddy, just like you and Karev,” Hunt told her. “I wouldn’t screw that up for anything. Neither would your husband.”

Fast forward, a tearful Jo called Alex, but only got his voicemail.

“I need to hear your voice,” she said. “I need to know what’s going on. Whatever it is. I need to know. I want to know because I would jump in front of bear for you, Alex. Please call me.”

Last month, ABC confirmed to PEOPLE that Chambers, 49, was not returning to the franchise and earlier this week, showrunner Krista Vernoff confirmed fans will be getting “clarity” as to how his character will be written off.

“It was a very careful threading of a needle, where we are giving a little bit of information and pain to Jo,” she told Variety. In the last week’s episode, Jo told Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) that Alex had stopped returning her calls and that he was “going through something.”

“We’re, episode by episode, illuminating the story of where Alex is,” Vernoff added. “And it takes us quite a few more episodes to get there and to give the audience clarity.”

While fans are still mourning Chambers’ departure and the end of “Jolex” as the on-screen couple has been dubbed, Grey’s continues to pull at the heartstrings with (yes, more) heartbreak.

In a desperate attempt to solve a patient’s mysterious illness, Andrew DeLuca wasn’t sleeping or eating and began showing signs of manic behavior (the same behavior his father had exhibited).


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These Rainbow Eucalyptus Trees Look Too Beautiful to Be Real — but They Are!

These Rainbow Eucalyptus Trees Look Too Beautiful to Be Real — but They Are!

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When you first see images of rainbow eucalyptus trees (Eucalyptus deglupta),they seem like they couldn’t possibly be real.

With multicolored bark that looks like it’s been decorated with a giant paintbrush, they appear to be something from a Dr. Seuss book. But they do naturally grow and are native to tropical regions like the Philippines, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea.

And if you’re lucky enough to live in the southernmost parts of the U.S., there are a few places you can see them without needing a passport.

Rainbow eucalyptus is an evergreen tree that has spear-shape, silvery-green leaves, and clusters of tiny white flowers. The most stunning feature is the trunk, which grows rainbow bark in shades of green, blue, orange, red, and purple. As it grows, the bark is constantly peeling off in strips to reveal new colors and patterns, evolving its beauty all the time.

San Diego, California, is becoming a popular destination to view the trees—where they’re visible at Balboa Park, along Sports Arena Boulevard, at the San Diego Zoo, and in parts of Mission Bay.

Thanks to heavy rains in the last few years, the trees have produced particularly gorgeous bark so far in 2020.

If you’re planning a trip to Florida, you can snap a selfie with a rainbow eucalyptus tree at the Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens, Sunken Gardens in St. Petersburg, the Naples Botanical Garden, and at Mounts Botanical Garden in Palm Beach County.

You can also hop on a plane and head to Hawaii to see clusters of rainbow eucalyptus. There’s a popular grove of trees in Maui along the Hana Highway, and you can also spot them at Ke’anae Arboretum. On Kauai, you can stroll along the Princeville walking path to see groups of the trees, or head to Oahu and stop at the Wahiawa Botanical Garden or Honolulu Zoo.

Depending on where you live, it may also be possible to grow your own rainbow eucalyptus tree. They’re hardy in Zones 9-11, which includes parts of southern California, Texas, Florida, and Hawaii.

Rainbow trees grow best in full sun with consistently moist soil (they can tolerate short periods of drought, but it’s best to keep them well-watered). You can also grow the trees in containers in Zones 4-1

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