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“Coyote Ugly” fans, get excited—LeAnn Rimes is back on the bar!

Hot damn, y’all!

LeAnn was out in Aspen, Colorado, with friends and posted this fun photo from Kemo Sabe, one of her favorite outposts and shops, which just opened up a private bar above the store.

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Well, of course LeAnn and her gal pals had to check it out, and when they did, her friends at Kemo Sabe knew just how to get the party started: by cranking LeAnn’s hit from the 2000 cult favorite movie, “Coyote Ugly.”

At that point, it would have been rude for LeAnn not to jump on the bar.

“This is what happens when your friends at Kemo Sabe in Aspen move locations and open up a bad ass private bar upstairs and then turn on ‘Can’t Fight The Moonlight.’ No one could resist! ‘Coyote Ugly’ 2.0,” she captioned a photo of the moment.

Say it with us: Yes!!!

LeAnn made a fun cameo at the end “Coyote Ugly” after the movie’s lead character, Violet Sanford, finally gets her song, “Can’t Fight The Moonlight,” cut by a famous artist—that would be LeAnn, playing herself. LeAnn released the song as a single, in addition to “But I Do Love You” from the soundtrack. In total, she contributed four songs to the film.

That soundtrack is so critical to the film, that it really is like another cast member, if you think about it.

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So, it was super fun to see her reliving those days, 17 years later. Remember the official music video? Get it, ladies!

Now if you’re looking for a more traditional holiday performance from LeAnn, check out this new treasure: the beauty singing “All I Want For Christmas Is You.”

Her voice is just ridiculous, y’all. She just keeps getting better and better.

Samantha Stephens absolutely lives for music. When she's not making it, she's talking or writing about it. She's worked in all arenas of the country music world for nearly a decade, from syndicated radio and television to print journalism. She's even been known to crash a red carpet or two, true story.
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