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Blake Shelton has played many songs in his long career, but nothing has ever been more hysterical than when he played “The Price is Right.”




Blake received the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity back in 2010, when he joined with the country duo Bomshel for a special country-themed episode of CBS’ “The Price Is Right.”

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“Ever since I have been opening my eyes, I’ve been watching “The Price is Right,”” Blake said. “I always wondered what it was like to spin that wheel. That thing is freaking heavy. I was always like, ‘it would never stop spinning if I got a chance at it.’ I think I pulled my groin and actually had a hernia just trying to pull it down.”

And by the looks of it all, Blake looked like he had a darn good time.

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“The guy is a natural,” added “The Price is Right” host Drew Carey. “The way he was handling all the prizes and everything. (Laughs) Country music people are a little friendlier and happier. That’s just how it goes.”

Tricia Despres is the contributing editor for Rare Country, based out of Chicago, Illinois. Join the conversation on Twitter at @RareCountry. We would love to see y’all there.
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