LAS VEGAS (AP) — Blake Shelton and a group of high-profile friends opened the Academy of Country Music Awards with ... a rap?
That's right. Shelton was joined on his new hip-hop-flavored single with redneck swag "Boys 'Round Here" by friends Luke Bryan, Brad Paisley, Sheryl Crow and the trio Pistol Annies to kick off Sunday night's show in Las Vegas.
Co-hosts Shelton and Bryan immediately took it off-color as they insulted each other during their monologue, with Shelton taking the brunt of the jokes.
The night's most-anticipated moments were still to come with Garth Brooks and George Strait scheduled to perform together in tribute to Dick Clark and Stevie Wonder set to join Hunter Hayes.
- Arts & Entertainment
- Blake Shelton
- Luke Bryan
- Brad Paisley