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Kacey Musgraves ‘Princess Of Selena Dedications’ Takes A Shot Of Tequila In A Glass Slipper Onstage Making Fans Lose It

One of our favorite Selena tributes has to be the one that came from country singer Kacey Musgraves. Ever since then we’ve been following her antics on Instagram and Twitter. We also know she’s currently on a massive world tour. From Coachella to concerts across the pond, the girl is getting around and we’re so here for it.

We especially love the bizarre and wildly funny things are taking place on stage. This week was no different.

While playing some concerts in Australia, Kacey Musgraves was pressured to do a “shoey” on stage. First, let me explain what it is.

In Australia (with origin dates unknown), it’s a tradition to drink alcohol out of your shoe. That’s why they called it a “shoey” get it? Earlier this week, audiences kept yelling “shoey” while Musgraves was on stage and she flat out told them no. Who can blame her? It’s kind of gross.

She initially said, “I’m not f–king drinking out of your shoe!”

Some people praised her for not giving into peer pressure. “I’m so proud of Kacey for not doing the shoey,” one local fan said. “She stuck it out. We stan an anti shoey queen,” another said.

She still got some negative press for not taking part in this Australian tradition, and last night she finally had a change of heart. She said she wasn’t in the mood.

During her concert in Melbourne, Musgraves celebrated her last show in Australia by finally doing a shoey, but she did it her way — with a glass slipper, just like the one Cinderella wore.

The shoey tradition is for a performer to drink out of their own shoe, but because that’s nasty, Musgraves — like the star she is — chose a much more stylish way of taking the shot.

She downed tequila of course. What else would you expect from this lady? Check it out below.

We can’t wait to see her perform back in the states!

READ: Watch Kacey Musgraves Sing In Spanish Covering Selena’s ‘Como La Flor’ In Texas

#YouKnowMe Is The Viral Hashtag Latinas Are Using To Tell Their Freeing Abortion Stories After Alabama Lawmakers Passed One Of The Most Extreme Abortion Bans In The Country

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#YouKnowMe Is The Viral Hashtag Latinas Are Using To Tell Their Freeing Abortion Stories After Alabama Lawmakers Passed One Of The Most Extreme Abortion Bans In The Country

State leaders in Alabama voted to outlaw abortion in their state. The bill, which was approved by the majority last night, prohibits abortion in almost every case except if the mother’s life is in extreme danger. That means if a child or adult get raped by a stranger or family member, they must still carry the baby to full-term. The bill now has to be signed by the governor, and she is presumably going to do so. Thankfully the court system is on the sides of women because, under the 14th amendment, abortion is legal in the U.S. and will continue to be as long as advocates keep fighting for it. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) said they would take all of the bills trying to ban abortion — and there are now several states.

To bring attention to the abortion issue, women on social media are sharing their stories under the hashtag #YouKnowMe.

The movement first began when actress and late-night host, Busy Phillips shared her abortion story on her show “Busy Tonight.” After the Alabama abortion ban was approved, she tweeted that others should share their story as well.

Filmmaker and co-founder of the Women’s March, Paola Mendoza share that her mother had an abortion.

“In light of the abortion ban in Alabama, it is imperative that we tell our stories about abortions,” Mendoza said on Instagram. “I have posted this story several times already. It may be new for some of you. For others, it is a story that you have read. Regardless it is a story that must continue to be told because our right to choose is being taken away from us. Share your abortion story. There is power is telling your truth.”

Other Latinas have shared that their decision to follow through with abortion came as a result of sexual assault.

Under the new Alabama law, if doctors performed an abortion on a woman that was raped, they would get 99 years in prison.

One revealed that she simply did not feel financially or emotionally ready at the time.

Who would benefit from a baby being born to someone who is not ready?

Another revealed that following through with a pregnancy would have risked her health and likely the fetus’s.

The new Alabama law would allow abortion only if the mother’s life was in danger.

This Latina admitted that she wasn’t a teen mother when she had her abortion. Pregnancy was simply not an option for her.

Abortions are attached with so much stigma and it’s a shame because in so many cases it can save lives.

Planned Parenthood has been the backbone to this cause since day one.

Planned Parenthood has also promised to fight these bans right along with the ACLU.

You don’t need to explain your reasons to no one.

If you weren’t ready to be a mom, enough said.

Young but in charge of her choices.

Taking the right away from a women to choose is simply wrong.

A former drug addict comes clean with her truth.

What a story!

Do you have an abortion story you’d like to share? Let us know in the comment section below.

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