Martina McBride didn't bring her usual good luck to the Tennessee Titans this weekend (they lost their NFL playoff bid to the Baltimore Ravens), but she's had plenty of other things to keep her occupied lately. And late last week, she took the time to catch up with fans via her MySpace blog.

McBride reveals that she has filmed a video for the new single, ' Ride.' "We are in the editing process right now," she writes, "and it should be out in the next two weeks or so." She describes the video as "fast-paced and exciting."

And as Jonas Brothers fans around the world already know, McBride was among the artists invited to the trio's recent concert at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. She took the stage to perform her mega-hit, 'Independence Day,' and (at her own request) joined them on 'When You Look Me In the Eyes.'

"I could not believe how loud young girls can scream until I heard it when the Jonas Brothers came out on stage!" McBride writes. "Of course, I was the coolest mom in the world for about an hour and then it was back to reality!"

McBride also revealed that her new album, due March 24, still doesn't have an official title, although she's expected to turn the record in to her label this week.

The McBride family also went to the movies during their recent Christmas vacation, taking in the Brad Pitt film, 'The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.'

"It was so good," she writes, "Really sad though .... me and Delaney were a mess by the time it was over."

Also on McBride's list of movies she still wants to see: 'Doubt' (she notes that Meryl Streep is her favorite actress), along with the films for which Kate Winslet just won two Golden Globe awards -- 'Revolutionary Road' and 'The Reader.' Serious dramas aside, McBride also writes that she saw a "hilarious" preview of the Kevin James comedy, 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop.'