Luke Bryan Was Hilariously Mistaken for Blake Shelton on a Local News Channel

Rebecca Norris
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From Good Housekeeping

Fans of American Idol and The Voice are likely well-accustomed to the vibrant personalities of Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton, but this hilarious local news mixup really takes their country music similarities to the next level.

On Monday, April 6, Luke took to Instagram to share a screenshot of a news broadcast that incorrectly labeled him as Blake Shelton during their recap of the ACM 'Our Country' special. And, in typical lighthearted fashion, the 43-year-old singer tagged Blake in the post and simply said, “I gotta work harder.”

Plenty of Luke's avid fans chimed in in the comments section to show their support for the singer, but the most hilarious comment came from Blake himself. The Voice coach, who is known for his sense of humor and antics, commented "Wow look at my spray tan everyone!!!" on the post.

The special aired on Sunday, April 5, on CBS. It featured at-home performances by Luke, Blake and Gwen Stefani, Tim McGraw, Kelsea Ballerini, Eric Church, Florida Georgia Line, Thomas Rhett, and more. While most singers only performed a single song, Luke kicked it up a notch, performing both “Most People Are Good” and “Coward of the County” (the latter was part of a tribute to the late Kenny Rogers).

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