New Year’s Resolutions of the Stars

It's New Year's Eve and time to make some decisions about the next year, if you haven't already. Your favorite country stars make resolutions just like you, and do their best to keep them. Here’s what your favorites singers are hoping to change in 2013.

“I have them every year. It’s always to eat better and go to church a little more and cuss a little less and try to just be a little more tactful and not procrastinate as bad.”
—Luke Bryan

“I was looking back through my iPhone and found my resolutions from last year. I actually did go through with most of them and that was probably the first time in my life that happened. I want to accomplish the same thing this year. For 2013, I want to be home more with my family and still work hard. I want to get to places in my career where I can play fewer shows so I can be home a little more. Family is really a big part of my life and very important to me.”
—Lee Brice

“My resolutions are the same every year: start working out again, try to make better use of my time, finally organize all my photos and videos. Those are usually the Big Three. Hopefully, I can keep them this year."
—Martina McBride

“Stay on the radio.”
—Gary Allan

“Because we’ve had such an incredible year, my resolution is to top this last year. The momentum has been incredible.”
—Mike Eli, Eli Young Band

“To get over my stage fright.”
—Hayden Panettiere

“I want to lose some pounds, blah blah. I say that every year. But I have a good one this year: I need to start packing lighter. I need to stop hauling so much crap around. I need to stop bringing four bags. I’ll bring Randa-Ritas, but not three pairs of boots.”
—Miranda Lambert

“I’m keeping up my same one for last year. Last year I just had quit and said I wasn’t going to drink for the year and I’m going to say that again this year.”
—Brantley Gilbert
 

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