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Watch 'Barmageddon' Star Blake Shelton's Strange Pre-Show Warm Up
Blake Shelton shows how he gets in the mood for a show ahead of his Back To The Honky Tonk tour performance in Florida.
Blake Shelton took fans behind the scenes of his Back To The Honky Tonk tour to showcase his strange but fitting pre-show ritual. Not surprisingly, it's about what you’d expect from someone like Shelton looking to bring honky tonk vibes to cities all across the country.
The “Barmageddon” star took to his social media over the weekend to show off what he was doing before his show to get him in the mood to bring the party to the people of Orlando, Florida’s Amway Center. Like any good country boy, Blake apparently gets ready for each performance with a little line dance practice in his dressing room backstage.
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“Just a little pre-show warmup..” he captioned the video of himself clad in his blue jeans, button-up, and boots that were clearly made for dancin’.
In true “Barmageddon” host fashion, Shelton performs his brief pre-show dance number to his own recently released hit “Nobody” while holding (and never spilling) a cup with a mystery beverage inside. However, fans of the USA Network game show and “The Voice” can likely assume it’s got a little liquid courage to help him with the dance moves and the performance to a packed arena crowd.
Shelton has been taking his Back To The Honky Tonk Tour across the nation since mid-February and, according to his website, will continue to do so through the end of March. This will keep him busy since he'll be doing it all while working as a coach on “The Voice” for the very last time alongside fellow music legends Kelly Clarkson, Chance the Rapper, and Niall Horan. Fortunately for those who want to keep seeing the country star and his good friend, Carson Daly, doing equally embarrassing stuff, he’s not leaving TV entirely.