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Blake Shelton just guided this “The Voice” hopeful on a stunning Chris Stapleton song YouTube/NBC/The Voice
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Blake Shelton guided his “The Voice” contestant, Adam Wakefield, toward a Chris Stapleton-penned song that Blake actually recorded himself. It’s called “I’m Sorry,” and Blake had Adam recreate Chris’ original demo of the song and perform it alone onstage while sitting at the piano.

Before the performance, Blake told Adam in rehearsals, “You’re making me look so smart.”

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Guest mentor P!nk was a big fan of Adam’s performance, too.

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Blake recorded “I’m Sorry” on his 2011 album, “Red River Blue,” which also included the hits “Honey Bee,” “God Gave Me You,” “Over” and “Drink on It.”

Hunter Kelly is a senior correspondent for Rare Country. Follow him on Twitter @Hunterkelly.
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