Actor Chris Pratt is an outspoken country music fan, but it turns out he also really loves performing it. Pratt, known for his roles in Guardians of the Galaxy, Jurassic World, Parks and Recreation and more, crashed Robert's Western World and Tootsie's Orchid Lounge on Nashville's Lower Broadway Thursday night (July 11) and treated the crowd to his renditions of two country classics.
First, Pratt hit up Robert's Western World, where he shared the stage with singer-songwriter Sarah Gayle Meech, performing Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues."
Meech shared a photo she took with the actor, writing "When Chris Pratt shows up at your @robertswesternworld show to sing Johnny Cash. You never know who will show up at Robert's Western World... Thank you @prattprattpratt you made our night!"
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Apparently, Pratt wasn't done entertaining the throngs of Nashvillians and tourists on Lower Broadway, because he also hit up Tootsie's Ochid Lounge to deliver an impassioned performance of Garth Brooks' 1992 hit "Papa Loved Mama."
yall my mom is in nashville rn and she?s at a bar and CHRIS PRATT just got on stage and started singing JDNDNDNFNFNNFN pic.twitter.com/D6AaKHTM2o
— ... (@adoreeilish) July 12, 2019
We're not sure if Pratt has any plans to launch a second career as a country singer, but judging by the crowd's response, he wouldn't be out of his element. Pratt previously joined Chris Stapleton for a performance in Nashville as well as a hilarious duet on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Pratt has also said that listening to Eric Church's music helped him prepare for his role in Jurassic World.
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