AceShowbiz - The 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards gave Chris Pratt a chance to show off his musical skills. Channeling his inner country star, the "Guardians of the Galaxy" actor joined Garth Brooks in performing a medley of some of the latter's greatest hits at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Thursday, March 14.
Pratt was actually there to introduce the country singer's performance, but was soon dragged back to the stage when Brooks sang "Friends in Low Places". The actor looked rather shocked at first, but he still sang a few lines from the song. Following the performance, Pratt took to Instagram to share his excitement along with a picture of them performing.
"Welp. I guess I died and gone to heaven. Thank you @garthbrooks and congratulations on the artist of the decade award. It was an honor to sing with you and the band on stage," he wrote in the caption. "I can't wait for the upcoming stadium tour. God is good. Thank you thank you thank you."
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Welp. I guess I died and gone to heaven. Thank you @garthbrooks and congratulations on the artist of the decade award. It was an honor to sing with you and the band on stage. I can’t wait for the upcoming stadium tour. God is so good. Thank you thank you thank you 😭🙏♥️👍🏼
Brooks wasn't the only one who surprised the audience and viewers at home since Kacey Musgraves brought Chris Martin for her performance of "Rainbow". While the country songstress sat on a rainbow prop as she sang the ballad, the Coldplay frontman played on the piano. Meanwhile, Ariana Grande debuted live performance of her "Thank U, Next" track "Needy".
As for Alicia Keys, she was accompanied by her son Egypt Dean when she offered a medley performance for the crowd. The singer kicked off the performance by singing "Raise a Man" solo before inviting the child up onstage with her. As Alicia continued her rendition, Egypt delivered an impressive performance on the piano.
Towards the end of the performance, the mother-and-son duo walked hand-in-hand to the front of the stage, where Egypt took the opportunity and flossed. Meanwhile, the "Girl on Fire" singer told the crowd, "This is such a special night tonight and we are blessed to share it with you."