Kid Rock Admits Defeat After Nashville Christmas Parade Goes on Without Him

Kid Rock Admits Defeat After Nashville Christmas Parade Goes on Without Him

"Did he call me a bitch?" asked Behar, incredulously, to which her co-cost Sunny Hostin replied, "Yes".

Singer/Songwriter Kid Rock performs during the 2010 CMA Music Festival on June 11, 2010 at LP Field in Nashville, Tennessee.

Although the panel did praise Doocy's handling of the situation (the Fox host quickly backtracked and apologized for his guest, as did Ainsley Earhardt back in the Fox and Friends studio), they all agreed that Kick Rock was unequivocally in the wrong.

Steve Doocy, who was interviewing Kid Rock, immediately attempted to cut Kid Rock off and apologize to viewers, telling the rock star that you "cannot say that", while Kid Rock tries to correct himself by saying "I mean, 'lady'".

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Prior to Shaw being named grand marshal, Metro Councilman Freddie O'Connell said he would not participate in Saturday's parade due to Kid Rock's role.

"I just wish he practiced what he preaches just as we should all practice what we preach", McCain said.

Steve Doocy: We are all Americans.

During the Waffle House shooting in April, which took place in the Antioch area of Nashville, James Shaw Jr. wrestled the gun away from the shooter, who then fled. "Not the sentiment", Kid Rock answered. "All I can say is, this b**ch and these b**ches would be happy to have you on the show and have a beer", she said. Except, I would say, screw that Joy Behar b****'.

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During a live appearance on "Fox & Friends" earlier Friday morning, Rock talked about divisive rhetoric in the country and railed against political correctness.

"Who am I? I'm just a comedian on a show", she added, as her fellow panellists continued to defend her. "And I would say, you know, love everybody. So this is very off tone for him and I'm very surprised by it".

Musician Kid Rock has been on Fox News Channel a couple of times, and is not coincidentally a Trump supporter.

The announcement came less than 24 hours before the parade makes its way through the streets of downtown Nashville after a fall out involving Kid Rock, who was previously named grand marshal of the parade. "Mess with the bull, you get the horns".

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