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Lady Antebellum Turns ‘The Voice’ Finale Into A ‘Champagne Night’

Now that’s one fun at-home performance!

Written by Jeremy Chua
Lady Antebellum Turns ‘The Voice’ Finale Into A ‘Champagne Night’
THE VOICE -- "Live Finale Part 2" Episode 1813B -- Pictured in this screen grab: Lady Antebellum -- (Photo by: NBC)

Country superstar group Lady Antebellum graced The Voice finale last night with a vibrant, home-bound performance of their new single, “Champagne Night.”

While delivering their feel-good anthem, the trio seamlessly passed red solo cups along from one frame to another, played beer-pong and had an overall rollicking good time.

Raisin’ plastic cups to a life of luxury / C’est la vie on a Friday / We get dressed up in a blue jean tux / And we go where we don’t hear the highway,” the group’s Hilary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood sing on the chorus.

The group were also accompanied by several guests, alongside floating emoji and animated icons that made their performance a fun and thoroughly enjoyable one—proving that having fun at home is not impossible. 

Also performing during the TV series’ finale were Bon Jovi, the Jonas Brothers, Blake Shelton, Karol G, Bebe Rexha and more.

“Champagne Night” is the latest single from Lady Antebellum, and was presented to them on an earlier episode of NBC’s Songland. The group eventually recorded the track and decided to send it to country radio after seeing it race up to the number one spot on iTunes’ all-genre chart.

Watch Lady Antebellum’s breezy, summer-ready performance of “Champagne Night” above.