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Spring is the season of love for one Taylor Swift—it's the season when young men, usually hailing from the United Kingdom, bop around Nashville in her wake.
It’s the season of Swiftian content, a time for new relationship announcements.
That same year, he won a CMA Award for Musical Event of the Year for his work on Tracy Lawrence's "Find Out Who Your Friends Are" with Tim Mc Graw.
Chesney went on tour during the summer of 2008 to support which was very successful.
More recently, her relationships have been discussed as a negotiation with media attention.
The demise of Hiddleswift came because, reportedly, “Taylor felt he wanted to take the relationship to be too public and she was not happy about it and thought it was too much publicity,” according to another E! Now, as then, she tried and failed to keep things under wraps, and would have gotten away with it, too, if it wasn’t for those meddling photographers.
That September, Chesney was nominated for seven CMA Awards, including Entertainer of the Year as well as Male Vocalist of the Year.
He received two nominations in the Musical Event of the Year for "Every Other Weekend" and "Shiftwork." in 2008.
But the Nashville photo should feel familiar to anyone who follows the ups and downs of a Swift relationship.While attending East Tennessee State, Chesney hooked up with a college band and started writing his own songs and playing at local bars.The hard-working musician eventually recorded an album to sell at his shows.One of the album's singles, "Everybody Wants to Go Heaven," became an instant No. In November of that same year, the Country Music Association presented Chesney with his fourth Entertainer of the Year award.The win tied Chesney with Garth Brooks for the most wins of the CMA's top award. His newest album, Chesney married actress Renee Zellweger in May of 2005. Since then, he has been romantically linked to former Miss Tennessee Amy Colley and a nurse, whose identity he has kept anonymous.