Blake Shelton Clucks Off on Fallon

From left: Blake Shelton, Jimmy Fallon, ? and Nick Offerman

Never let it be said that Blake Shelton doesn't have a good sense of humor.

The singer, who released his new album, Based on a True Story, on Tuesday, appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night (March 28)—dressed as a chicken. But before you ask, "What the cluck?" know that Jimmy and Parks & Recreation star Nick Offerman were also in yellow feathers. Together, the group formed The Chickeneers, a send-up of folk-rock buzz band The Lumineers, who are crossing genres with their hit "Ho Hey." 

Behold, The Chickeneers' interpretation of "Ho Hey." We think it's, well, eggscellent.

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