Blake Shelton makes baby girl’s dreams come true at concert in San Diego



Through Katie Colley.

March 9, 2020 3:00 PM

Blake Shelton did a little girl’s night out on her show in San Diego on Friday night.

When stopping on his “Friends and heroes” On tour, the country crooner was playing his rowdy duet “Hell Right” with Trace Adkins when he handed the mic to a little girl who quickly caught his eye.

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The singer spotted the young fan in the front row and let her take the reins of the song’s final chorus.

“Hell to the right, to the right of hell, to the right of hell,” she sang into the microphone as the crowd cheered.

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Taking to Twitter to share the moment, the little girl’s mother praised the singer, writing: “@blakeshelton You celebrated this 5 year old girl! She loves your music and asks to listen to it at night as she falls asleep.

And in “Blake Shelton” fashion, he responded to the tweet by joking that he never claimed to be a good role model – especially after blackmailing a 5-year-old to sing the lyrics to “Hell Right”.

Shelton wraps up his “Friends and Heroes” tour on March 21 in Detroit.

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