Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert Salute Oklahoma on “The Voice,” Blake Plans Storm Benefit Concert

Photo by Tyler Golden/NBC

Oklahoma native Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert did a special live duet of “Over You” for tornado victims Tuesday night (May 21) on The Voice.

How special was it? So special that even Oprah Winfrey herself tweeted about it along with an Instagram picture of her and Blake backstage.

Yes, Oprah tweeted—to her 18.8 million followers:

Blake also announced that he and NBC are planning a benefit concert for the tornado victims, he informed Billboard right after Tuesday's show aired.

"I’m hoping it will raise a lot of money,” he said. “Obviously it will be televised and will happen really quickly.” Blake pointed to fellow Voice coach Usher, adding, “I can call in some really big favors.”

Comments

More News

Book passage now for star-packed cruise to the Caribbean.
Three-hour-long set for The Big Revival Tour's opening date features guests Taylor Swift, Joe Walsh and others to the stage.
“Dylan, Cash and the Nashville Cats” opens to the public March 27.
Honors unique to the ACM Awards will be given to an elite few during the telecast.
The song, “Guess You Had to Be There,” appears on Brian’s new album, “No Pier Pressure.”