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Blake Shelton Performs A Rousing Solo Version Of 'Hell Right' On 'Ellen'

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By Clark Sparky

Blake Shelton was a guest on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Monday and treated fans to a great performance of his new song "Hell Right." The song is on his new album, "Fully Loaded: God's Country," and is normally a duet with fellow country star Trace Atkins. With Atkins absent, Shelton did the song by himself.

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Fans seemed to love the solo version of the track. "I do not know what inspired Blake to make this song, but these vibes remind me a lot about Dire Straits. Great guitar performances. Captivating!" one said.

"This is a great vocal performance. Not the most challenging of songs to sing, but it’s still refreshing to see that," another commented.

"Am I the only one that thinks the music kinda sounds like a picked apart version of Wanted Dead or Alive by Bon Jovi?" one fan asked.

Ellen also asked Shelton about marriage rumors swirling around him and girlfriend Gwen Stefani. She's also part of the "Fully Loaded" album in a duet called "Nobody But You" that she sings with Shelton.

“The lyrics of that song are so on point, not just for me and Gwen, but I think for a lot of people,” Shelton told Nashville Lifestyles about the track.

“The song is not a fairytale, but at the same time it’s the most epic, earth-rattling love song I’ve heard in a long time, because the lyrics are so honest and just say it how it is.”

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“This was one of those songs where the more I heard it, the more I fell in love with it,” Shelton said in a press release. The song was written by Shane McAnally, Josh Osborne, Ross Copperman and Tommy Lee James.

“I also realized how important it is for me and where I am in my life, and I think that’s why [writer] Shane [McAnally] was trying to get it to me.”

“It fits my story,” he continued. “I was about to go in and record when I decided that it needed Gwen on it — because it is our song. I think it’s magic.”

Shelton has also found religion again thanks to Stefani and their relationship.

"I believe in God now more than I ever have in my life," Shelton told The Tennessean recently. "The biggest part of that is just how [Stefani] came into my life and now our relationship. It’s just too weird. If you take God out of it, it doesn’t make sense. If you put God into it, everything that’s happened with us makes sense."

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