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Another country music superstar has taken another shot at the Westboro Baptist Church.

Unlike Blake Shelton, however, Brad Paisley didn't tell these religious nut jobs to blow him.

Instead, the artist came across a bunch of protestors in Bonner Springs, Kansas and decided to snap a selfie in front of signs that read “God Hates Drunks” “Sin Breeds Violence.”

The resulting image definitely wins the Internet this week:

Westboro Baptist Church Selfie

Last year, Vince Gill also confronted Westboro Baptist Church members when they picketed his concert in Missouri.

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CMA Awards hosts Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood tore into ObamaCare during their comedic and musical intro on Wednesday night's telecast.

The duo poked fun at Miley Cyrus, Luke Bryan, and Dolly Parton, but their best jabs may have come at the faulty Affordable Care Act website's expense.

After the country crooner “injured” himself Twerking, Paisley said he might enroll. “I started signing up last Thursday and I’m almost done,” quipped Carrie.

The duo then went on to try getting Paisley signed up for health insurance, launching into a parody song spoofing the ACA's infamously problematic roll-out.

It was pretty funny. Check out the routine below:

Other highlights from the 2013 CMA Awards:

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The 2013 CMA Awards featured plenty of memorable moments, but perhaps none more surprising than the stars of Duck Dynasty twerking on stage.

If you can call it that. We're not really sure what that was ... but it was great!

Hosts Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood kicked off the show with a country-fied version of Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines." Their version? "Duck Blind."

Carrie and Brad's rendition was basically about how great country girls are, and helped served as a perfect introduction for the Robertson family cameo.

You haven't lived until you've seen Willie Robertson sort of twerking.

Willie and brother Jase Robertson then presented the first award.

Follow the link for a full list of 2013 CMA Awards winners from the ABC broadcast, then help us answer the all important, buring question below:

Who's your favorite Robertson, Willie or Jase?

 

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Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley hosted the CMA Awards for the sixth time Wednesday night, and it seemed like old hat to these country music pros.

Good cop, bad cop is a strategy they've employed before, and they worked it to perfection at the 2013 CMA Awards, with Brad playing bad as usual.

Carrie got in her digs (at Blake Shelton and Obamacare, among other targets), but the bulk of the mostly good-natured verbal shots were fired by Paisley.

Among his top targets? Miley Cyrus stands out, first and foremost.

Yes, the Bangerz singer with a penchant for Twerking came up as Paisley addressed Taylor Swift, who he thanked for being so squeaky-clean and joked:

"I want to thank you from a grateful industry," he said, "for never once humping a teddy bear or gyrating with Beetlejuice. I really appreciate it. I know it's not easy."

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Brad Paisley is done being an Accidental Racist.

Now, he's just a realistic country singer.

The superstar debuted "I Can't Change the World" on last night's America's Got Talent results show, performing the third track of the album "Wheelhouse."

It's a slow, beautiful ballad that shouldn't garner the same controversy as the artist's aforementioned duet with LL Cool J from earlier this year. Give the single a listen now:

As for the actual America's Got Talent results?

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Brad Paisley and LL Cool J have teamed up on a track that is creating quite the buzz on the Internet.

Titled "Accidental Racist," the single tells Paisley's story of dealing with racial issues in the South.

Describing himself as a "proud rebel" with "a lot to learn," the country artist's verse is answered by the rapper, who replies:

If you don’t judge my do-rag… I won’t judge your red flag.

Why has Paisley released the song, which is included on the album "Wheelhouse?"

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