Blake Shelton Surprised With Plaque For “God’s Country” On ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’

Pictured (L-R): Scott Hendricks (WMN, EVP A&R/Creative Advisor); Blake Shelton; Narvel Blackstock (Starstruck Entertainment); Brandon Blackstock (Starstruck Entertainment)

Warner Music Nashville’s Blake Shelton was surprised by fellow The Voice coach Kelly Clarkson today (Dec. 17) on The Kelly Clarkson Show with a double-Platinum plaque for his hit song “God’s Country.”

The multi-week No. 1 is the title track off his new album Fully Loaded: God’s Country. Among the fastest country songs to reach one million U.S. equivalents this year, the track took home a CMA Award for Single of the Year last month and is currently nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Country Solo Performance.

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