Blake Shelton shares the stage with a blonde beauty, and it’s not Gwen Stefani Getty Images
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It’s safe to say that country star Blake Shelton and hot new artist RaeLynn share a close kinship.

Heck, not only was the bubbly blonde on Team Blake during season two of NBC’s reality television singing competition, “The Voice,” but she also dressed up as her former mentor for Halloween in 2013. Now, she’s joined him on the fall trek of his tour, and it’s easy to see that they’re having a blast!

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During a two-night stint at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota on Sept. 16-17, RaeLynn joined Blake onstage to add her sassy vocals on his spirited southern anthem “Boys ‘Round Here.”

As you can see in the video above, RaeLynn waits in the wings for the right time to appear in front of the crowd of thousands. She sparkles from head to toe in a gorgeous black ensemble coupled with to-die-for knee-high boots! And although Blake’s been around the music industry for years, RaeLynn’s talent, charm and charisma proved that she could totally hold her own.

This isn’t the first time that RaeLynn has lent her powerful pipes on “Boy’s ‘Round Here.” As a matter of fact, the “God Made Girls” singer, along with Blake’s ex Miranda Lambert’s group Pistol Annies, contributed backing vocals to the track.

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Of course, RaeLynn isn’t the only gal who’s popped in onstage to croon with Blake during his performances. Blake’s lady love Gwen Stefani — who’s also a familiar face from “The Voice” — surprised fans with an impromptu couple’s performance of “Go Ahead and Break My Heart” on Friday, Sept. 16.

Blake’s tour continues in Wichita, Kansas on Sept. 22. From there, he’ll make his way to Sioux Falls, South Dakota on Sept. 23. In addition to that, be sure to catch season 11 of “The Voice,” which premieres at 7/8 p.m. CT on Monday, Sept. 19 on NBC.

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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