Blake Shelton brought his Friends and Heroes Tour San Diego over the weekend and gave one of his biggest (little) fans a night she will never forget.
While on stage performing “Hell Right,” his duet with Trace Adkins, the country superstar noticed a little girl singing the rowdy party anthem near the side of the stage. Making his way over to her, Shelton bent down to share the mic with her during the chorus. The 5-year-old girl belted out the lyrics, to which the crowd erupted with cheers and applause.
After the show, the young girl’s mother shared a video of their short duet on Twitter, telling Shelton that he made the little girl’s day. Shelton responded with a joke about the context of the song, saying “I never claimed to be a good roll [sic] model!”
Hell Right!!!!!!! I never claimed to be a good roll model… 😂 https://t.co/lYGivqjxFs
— Blake Shelton (@blakeshelton) March 9, 2020
Shelton’s Friends and Heroes Tour wraps March 21 in Detroit. The superstar has a number of festival appearances planned throughout the summer.
The Oklahoma native’s current single, “Nobody But You,” a duet with his longtime girlfriend Gwen Stefani, continues to climb the charts at country radio.