Luke Bryan is probably feeling hungry after his latest tribute. Somebody made a statue of the country music star that was made of bacon. It’s roughly two feet tall but nobody’s allowed to eat it. Bryan was introduced to the statue, which required about 50 pounds of bacon, ahead of his Farm Tour stop in Marshall, Wisconsin over the weekend

— It looks like the Loretta Lynn’s Friends: Hometown Rising concert on Monday was a success. The event took place last night at the grand Ole Opry in Nashville. The Livestream concert raised money for those impacted by flash flooding throughout the state last month. Performers at the sold-out event included Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, Luke Bryan, and Luke Combs.

— Ashley Monroe is giving fans an update on her health. The Grammy-nominated singer told Rolling Stone she’s doing OK following some of her chemotherapy treatment. She also noted she’s staying optimistic but cautious because of her diagnosis and the continuing coronavirus outbreak. Monroe revealed she was battling cancer about two months ago.

— Kelsea Ballerini is celebrating her birthday with the help of Thomas Rhett. She turned 28 on Sunday while on tour with the Jonas Brothers. At their concert in Chicago, Ballerini brought out Rhett to sing a duet of “Half of My Hometown.” In an Instagram story post following her performance, she said it was one of her favorite shows she’s ever played. She thanked the Chicago fans for giving her a “warm birthday hug.”