Michael Bublé surprises audience by bringing out Blake Shelton on stage for a duet
Michael Bublé surprised his fans when he welcomed Blake Shelton onto the stage during a special show hosted for Canadian musician and composer, David Foster.
Foster and Bublé had the audience guessing who the surprise guest was when Bublé asked Foster if "he" was backstage.
Shelton then entered from the other side of the stage, much to the crowd's delight. Bublé pulled up a chair for Shelton and the two performed "Home." They are close friends and Shelton even told Bublé: "I miss you, you know."
Their spectacular performance had the audience silent for the duration of the song before they exploded into a thunderous applause.
But before we show you the fruits of their labor, have you seen Josh Turner's performance at the Grand Ole Opry? He invited an autistic musician onto the stage to perform with him.
The performance took place back in 2013 but the footage from that event is still doing the rounds today and with good reason! It had always been a dream of Logan Blade to perform "Long Black Train," and Turner gave him that opportunity.
Blade remained calm and composed as he was escorted onto the stage and sang beautifully while Turner accompanied him on the guitar. Halfway through the song, Turner joins in too and they finish the duet together.
They received a standing ovation from their fans. Blade faced learning difficulties growing up and struggles with his speech. Music has helped him tremendously on his journey.
Turner's music, in particular, had carried Blade through many troubling periods in his life and performing with one of his heroes was a dream come true.
Here are both videos. Which one do you like best?