The View: Brad Paisley Wheelhouse Review & The Middle’s Eden Sher

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The View May 15 2013 Preview

The View May 15 2013 will be co-hosted by Eden Sher, one of the stars of ABC’s The Middle. Country music star Brad Paisley will also be making an appearance to talk about his album, Wheelhouse. Finally, The View’s “Year of the Viewer” will continue with more weight-loss stories from viewers.

The View: Brad Paisley Wheelhouse Review & The Middle's Eden Sher

Brad Paisley will be talking about his new album, Wheelhouse, on The View May 15. (image credit: s_bukley / Shutterstock.com)

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Eden Sher The Middle

Eden Sher may just now be gaining notoriety for her role as the dorky Sue Heck in ABC’s The Middle, but she has been acting in smaller roles for quite some time now. First appearing on TV at age eight on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, she then took on roles in commercials for Capital One and Fruity Pebbles before taking on the recurring role of Gretchen in the show Weeds. Given that The Middle has already made it four seasons, it looks like Eden Sher may have finally found a home on the ABC sitcom.

Brad Paisley Wheelhouse Review

Brad Paisley’s blend of southern rock and country music has been around since 1999, making his debut with his album Who Needs Pictures, which was an immediate hit, spawning four charting singles. Since then, he has released nine more albums, with his most recent being 2013’s Wheelhouse. If anything, Wheelhouse has shown that even 14 years into his career, Brad Paisley can still make hits. The album was number one on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart.

Wheelhouse has also caused some controversy with the left-field L.L. Cool J collaboration, “Accidental Racist.” Many critics of the song have stated that it is the worst thing to hit the waves this year, saying that it makes slight of the extremely large socio-political issue of slavery. With laughably bad and ill-conceived lyrics like “If you don’t judge my gold chains / I’ll forget the iron chains,” some feathers were bound to be ruffled. Though the song had good intentions, “Accidental Racist” could be filed under the “best forgotten” category.

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