Blake Shelton Brings 6-Year-Old In Need Of A Heart Transplant On Stage To Sing “God’s Country”

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I’m not crying, you’re crying…

Blake Shelton was playing a show in his home state of Oklahoma this past Saturday, at Choctaw Casino & Resort in Durant.

He then noticed a little boy in the crowd holding up a sign that said he’s getting a heart transplant, and he’d love to sing “God’s Country” with him.

Sure enough, Shelton brought the young man, who’s been identified as six-year-old Wyatt McKee, on stage and read the sign out loud.

That’s when the country singer fulfilled the kid’s dream, and they sang his hit song together as the crowd erupted in roars and applause.

Wyatt’s mom, Harley, told TMZ that he was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome, a condition where the left side of his heart doesn’t grow, and the kiddo has already had two open-heart surgeries.

She then said that they brought the sign in hopes that Shelton would see it and say hello, as Wyatt is a huge Blake Shelton fan.

Classy move there, Blake.


“I don’t know if Blake Shelton will ever see this but I just want to let him know he is awesome and officially my favorite person he absolutely made Wyatt’s day.

Thank you so much to him and everyone who stopped us to tell him how great he was on stage and told him they are praying for him! Definitely a night to remember!”

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock