Blake Love His Fans—and Loves to Mess With His Fans

“How can there be a book without a movie first?!! Yeah. That’s what I thought,” Blake tweets.

Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton tossed a little country into the mix of the high-powered red-carpet premiere Monday (March 12) of Hunger Games.

Miranda and her trio, Pistol Annies, sing the Miranda-penned "Run Daddy Run," which is on the movies' soundtrack, out March 20.

"Hunger Games. Amazing," Miranda tweeted after the premiere.

Blake's tongue-in-cheek reaction: "Just left the premier [sic] of The Hunger Games…. It was SO good!! I can’t wait til the book comes out. I hope it does it justice."

Seems some fans didn't catch the tongue-in-cheek part, and Blake rode that wave for a while, as you can see in this series of posts.

1. "'@alwaysrawp: it already did dumbass!!!' Oh yeah?!! Well that’s not possible cause the movie hasn’t come out yet! Ha! Now who looks dumb?!!"

2. "'@tyleryouup: I seriously hope you’re joking. -__-' I seriously hope YOU are…."

3. "@KaleyAGrabert: the book is out.' Ha! Shows what you know! How can there be a book without a movie first?!! Yeah. That’s what I thought."

Ha! The movie comes out March 23. No word on when the book will be out. (We're kidding!)

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