Keith Surprises Ellen’s Audience

Keith Urban stepped in and delivered an impromptu concert to the studio audience of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, after the popular host cancelled the taping of two shows in Los Angeles, Oct. 18.

Keith was on his way to the television studio when he heard about the cancellations, which were believed to have resulted from the controversy surrounding a dog that DeGeneres had adopted. He performed his current hit “Everybody” for a segment that will air on Ellen’s show Monday, Oct. 22, and “Once in a Lifetime,” expected to air around Nov. 20. According to Nashville’s daily newspaper The Tennessean, Keith wished Ellen well and noted, “We all love her, and God bless her.”

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