Blake Shelton joins Gwen Stefani on ‘Hella Good’ duet at ACM Awards after party

Photo by John Shearer/Getty Images via ABCFollowing the ACM Awards Sunday, Blake Shelton treated country fans to a surprise pop up show at House of Blues Las Vegas, and also brought along a few of his famous friends.

With a simple tweet Sunday evening, the "I'll Name the Dogs" singer let fans know that he'd be hosting a first-come, first-served free concert. While fans rushed over to the venue, Luke BryanKelly ClarksonToby Keith and Gwen Stefani also headed to the location for an unforgettable night of music.

The most memorable moment came when Blake's girlfriend took the stage for an energetic performance of "Hollaback Girl" and then followed up with No Doubt's "Hella Good," thanks to a request from Blake. Gwen said she'd be open to perform the song but only if he would sing along with her. Blake obliged and joined in on the chorus of "Hella Good," and also showed off a few new dance moves, much to the crowd's approval.

Blake attended the ACMs earlier that night with Gwen, where he took the stage as a performer and was nominated for Single Record of the Year for "I'll Name the Dogs."

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