Little Girl Hears Her Favorite Blake Shelton Song & Gets Up To Dance


Arden Lambert


April 30, 2022


April 30, 2022


April 30, 2022

Consider yourself warned because this is too cute to handle. 

This little girl minded her own business in the middle of their kitchen, enjoying a bag of grapes – which she refused to let go of when her mother tried taking it away. However, the moment she heard Blake Shelton singing “Red red red red red red red red redneck,” the cute girl was quick to drop her grapes, jump on her feet, and begin dancing.

Moving from side to side, the adorable girl is totally having a great time grooving along to the country hit “Boys’ Round Here.” She even occasionally yelled, “Redneck!” And since she could still barely speak at her age, she did her best at lip-synching. 

She even got some encouragement from her proud father, who can be heard saying, “shake it, shake it,” over and over again. The cutest part came when she whined a bit when she knew the song was almost over!

It Is So Catchy, You Can’t Help Yourself From Dancing To It

Written by Rhett Akins, Dallas Davidson, and Craig Wiseman, “Boys’ Round Here” is a celebration of Southern life. It was released in 2013 off Blake Shelton’s album, Based on a True Story…, and ranked No. 1 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart and No. 2 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart.

But what’s even more amazing is that it features backing vocals from different artists associated with Shelton. There’s his then-wife Miranda Lambert’s country music group Pistol Annies, The Voice contestant RaeLynn, and the three songwriters.

Indeed, it was catchy enough, and we can’t blame this cute little girl if she can’t stop dancing from it. You can watch the adorable footage in the video below.


Blake Shelton



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