Who doesn't love a good cover song? Whether it's Pentatonix putting their a cappella spin on a classic (have you heard them sing "Hallelujah" yet?) or when a Voice audition blows us away, there's something really fun about hearing a new version of an old song.
Keith Urban recently visited Nashville's Grand Ole Opry and sang a snippet of Miranda Lambert's hit single,"Vice." "I'm gonna play you a snippet of a song that I love at the moment," he says before he begins in a clip of the performance. "I've never played this, so Miranda, bear with me. But this is a great song, even if it is weird that the guy is holding shoes in his hand at 7 a.m."
Though Urban might have feared what Lambert would think of his version, she retweeted the Grand Ole Opry's clip of the video to her 6 million followers, so it's safe to say she approved.
Lambert and Urban most famously collaborated on the 2013 song "This is Us," but they also reunited late last year in a promo for the CMA Awards.
While there's no word if the pair will reunite in song at the ACM Awards on April 2, both will definitely be there: Urban has received more nominations than any other artist with seven, while Lambert comes in second with six. (Though she's tied with Maren Morris.)
Until then, we'll just keep watching this clip of Urban on repeat.
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