Blake Shelton Ripped Over Prerecorded New Year’s Eve Performance

Blake Shelton Faces Backlash for Prerecorded New Year’s Eve Performance

Country singer Blake Shelton is facing criticism online for his prerecorded New Year’s Eve performance, with some calling it an embarrassment to country music. Shelton was featured on CBS’s “New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash,” which was advertised as a live show. However, viewers quickly realized that the performance was prerecorded and expressed their disappointment.

Shelton’s performance aired just minutes before he took the stage in real life at a casino in Oklahoma. Fans caught on to the double-booking and took to social media to express their frustration. Some called Shelton an embarrassment to country music, while others criticized his duet with Trace Adkins as one of the dumbest songs.

However, it’s worth noting that Shelton’s live performance at the WinStar Casino in Oklahoma received much better reviews. He performed his hits to a more positive response from the audience.

Meanwhile, Shelton’s wife, Gwen Stefani, was also performing on New Year’s Eve. She had a live gig in Las Vegas, which was well-received by fans.

The backlash serves as a reminder that it’s impossible to please everyone. While some viewers were disappointed with Shelton’s prerecorded performance, others enjoyed his live show at the casino. Ultimately, it’s up to each individual to decide what they enjoy and appreciate in a live performance.

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