As far as I know, Luke and his lovely wife Caroline are as happy as two peas in a cozy little pod.
With two sons to think about, let's hope they stay that way.
After George took his lady love on their first date, he didn’t ask her out again for a very long time.
Here is the story behind both of Blake Shelton’s marriages.
Honestly, as an outsider looking in I'm not a party to Luke's private life and have no way of knowing these things unless TMZ or breaks the story.
I will tell you, though, that as a gossip/news writer I've heard nary a squawk on the subject from those nosy nellies out there who like to pass on this sort of information to me.
Elsewhere, Highlights: Christina Aguilera, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Train, Def Leppard, Goo Goo Dolls, REO Speedwagon, Styx, Montgomery Gentry, “Weird Al” Yankovic, K. and the Sunshine Band, Jeff Foxworthy Rationale: Locals Semisonic also made the bill, which included stars from the two previous decades in nearly perfect balance. Highlights: The Beach Boys, Willie Nelson and Family, John Denver, the Fat Boys, Kenny Loggins, Bangles Rationale: The first appearance of beloved windbag Garrison Keillor drags down a pretty awesome roundup of artists. Highlights: Aretha Franklin, Fall Out Boy, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, Toby Keith, Kid Rock, Linkin Park, 30 Seconds to Mars, Paramore, Brother Ali, Doomtree, Har Mar Superstar, Bob Mould Rationale: A truly odd smattering of genres. Highlights: The Backstreet Boys, the Black Keys, Jewel, Paramore, Gnarls Barkley, the Black Crowes, Miranda Lambert, Phantom Planet, Dierks Bentley, Jack’s Mannequin Rationale: A nostalgia reach that actually pays of. Highlights: Peter, Paul and Mary, the Monkees, Willie Nelson and Family, Night Ranger, Great White, the Pointer Sisters, Gloria Estefan and the Miami Sound Machine Rationale: The most ‘80s lineup in history. Highlights: Marshall Tucker Band, Willie Nelson, Anne Murray, Kenny Rogers, Johnny Cash Show, Red Skelton, Sister Sledge Rationale: Sister Sledge is perhaps the biggest dark horse to ever play the grandstand. Highlights: Lynyrd Skynyrd, Third Eye Blind, the Wallflowers, Le Ann Rimes, Bonnie Raitt, the Turtles Rationale: About 30 years too late on the Turtles, but still awesome to see them. Riley, Sonny James, Bobby Vinton, Petula Clark, Art Linkletter, the Golddiggers Rationale: Sad to see Johnny Cash this low on the list, but his surrounding cast was dismal. Highlights: Liza Minnelli, Redd Foxx, Bob Hope, Jose Feliciano Rationale: The first year stand-up comedy was introduced -- a facet that definitely needs to return to the State Fair. Highlights: Faith Hill, Amy Grant, Chicago, Tony Bennett, the Little River Band, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Bluestime Jam with J.
Highlights: Johnny Cash, the Beach Boys, Willie Nelson, Garth Brooks, Chicago, Don Henley, Vanilla Ice Rationale: Though Vanilla Ice was the Fair’s first experiment with hip-hop* -- a failure that the grandstand is still recovering from -- the rest of the lineup does a good job bridging the gap from the lackluster ‘80s into the ‘90s boom. Highlights: Taylor Swift, Fergie, Brad Paisley, Goo Goo Dolls, Fountains of Wayne, the Allman Brothers Band, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Def Leppard, Styx, Foreigner Rationale: The grandstand goes pop in a big way, but not without letting old-hat ‘80s rock share the spotlight. Highlights: Neil Young and the International Harvesters, Willie Nelson, Kenny Loggins, Waylon Jennings, Tammy Wynette, Arlo Guthrie and Pete Seeger, Tom Jones, Night Ranger, the Suburbs Rationale: Some local love for Minnesotans the Suburbs. Highlights: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Talib Kweli, Chance the Rapper, Smash Mouth, Sugar Ray, Gin Blossoms, Sheryl Crow and Dwight Yoakam, Depeche Mode, Trampled By Turtles, P. S, the Chalice Rationale: The best year for rap at the fair despite Macklemore. Highlights: The Supremes, Jerry Van Dyke, the Smothers Brothers, George Kirby Rationale: The Supremes were the first veritable superstars to make the grandstand, setting a precedent that follows to today. Highlights: Dolly Parton, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash Show, Buck Owens, Susan Rye, George Kirby, Lynn Anderson Rationale: The first large-scale lineup leads with some heavy-hitters, but it’s also cluttered with nobodies (Don Rice III? Also the first year for the fair’s blues festival, which featured BB King. Highlights: The Osmonds, Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash Show, Captain & Tennille, George Benson, Bob Hope, George Miller Rationale: The Minnesota State Fair people accidentally headlined 19 as “1974” in their official document, which just goes to show you how dramatically boring the Osmonds/Parton/Hope/Johnny Cash Show rut was during the 1970s.