Blake Shelton Throws a The Voice Reunion at the Grand Ole Opry

Gwen Stefani Blake Shelton Grand Ole Opry

Blake Shelton played the Grand Ole Opry on Saturday night (Sept 10), and he brought a few The Voice friends along with him, including season 17 winner Jake Hoot, season 21 runner-up Wendy Moten, and making his Grand Ole Opry debut, season 18 winner, Todd Tilghman. And then…surprise! His wife and fellow The Voice coach, Gwen Stefani made HER Opry debut.  The Opry inducted Blake as a member in 2010. 

Natalie Stovall from season 13 served as Opry host. It truly was an all The Voice night at the Opry.

Blake opened the show with “Boys Round Here,” “God’s Country.” Next, Jake Hoot performed a couple of songs, including “Best Job I Ever had,” a song about parenting. Six weeks ago, Jake and his wife had a baby daughter.  Wendy Moten took the stage to sing Aretha Franklin’s “Ain’t No Way” and “You’re All I Need to Get By,” two songs she sang on The Voice.

Blake came out on stage to introduce Todd, who made his Opry debut. After mentioning that he and his wife have been married over 24 years, he sang his latest original song, “Home Wasn’t Built in a Day.”

Surprise! It’s Gwen Stefani making her Opry debut

The night ends with Blake back on stage to perform his latest single, “No Body.” But that wasn’t all. Gwen Stefani joined Blake on stage to sing a surprise performance of their duet “Nobody But You.” The Opry audience gave the pop star a very warm welcome. “This is one of those things you don’t dream about if your me!” she gushed. The two closed the show with their first hit duet “Happy Anywhere.”

If you missed the Opry live stream, every performance is up on Youtube. Check it out below.

“It was an @NBCTheVoice reunion on the Opry stage tonight!” posts the Opry Twitter account

“We got the glitter & glam memo” writes Wendy on Instagram.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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“If I could tell you what last night was like, believe me, I would,” Todd wrote on Instagram after making his debut. “And I would adequately express my gratitude to all of you, if there was only a way I could.I woke up part of the Grand Ole @opry family today.”

 

 
 
 
 
 
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