Is there anything Lauren Alaina can’t sing? Seriously, that’s a better question than asking what she can belt out.

If you know anything about Lauren, you not only love her, you also know she can sing just about anything, including the Yellow Pages, if it came right down to it.

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During a March 3 stop on Cole Swindell’s “Reason To Drink Tour,” Lauren joined her buddy and fellow Georgian Cole onstage for one heck of a performance: a tribute to the one and only Prince.

The two took on Prince’s iconic smash “Purple Rain,” and in this fan clip below you can see just how much fun they’re having together.

But when Lauren goes in for the big note, Cole just throws his hands up and steps aside.

“I’m just standing back here,” you can hear him say in the background.

After Lauren continues to just wail for a hot second, Cole pays his dear friend a huge compliment to the crowd, saying, “One of my favorite singers. She’s got two not one but two ACM nominations coming up in April. Give it up for my favorite Georgia peach!”

Awwww, we love to see friends really supporting each other. It’s the sweetest.

Lauren also joined Cole to perform a harmony-heavy version of his hit, “Middle of a Memory,” just before they launched into “Purple Rain.” Watch that performance below.

Lauren is everyone’s favorite, including the kids of Cole and Lauren’s tour mate, Chris Janson. They get to come out on the road sometimes, too, and they couldn’t be happier about getting to spend time with their favorite girl … especially Chris’ son Jesse.

“Our kids absolutely love our friend Lauren Alaina,” Chris captioned the photo above. “Jesse calls her his GF [girlfriend]. Tour life. #reasontodrinktour”

How precious!

And what a tour lineup—you know this show is tons of fun.

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We want to wish Lauren all the best at the ACM Awards in Las Vegas on April 15, where she’s up for New Female Vocalist of the Year and Vocal Event of the Year for “What Ifs,” her hit with childhood buddy Kane Brown.

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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