Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley Perform Britain’s First Country Hit

By Robyn Collins

Luke BryanDierks Bentley and James Corden got decked out to perform an original, British-themed “Honky Tonk” song.  Corden dressed as a King, Bryan could’ve been in the Queen’s Guard, and Bentley posing as the beloved Sherlock Holmes, the trio really got their British on.

Related: Dierks Bentley Shares Naked ACM Awards Nightmare

“Now my beloved Britain has been a leader in nearly every genre of music, however there is one genre that has never quite made its way across the pond. And that is country music,” explained Corden. “So, tonight I’ve enlisted the help of two country stars to change that by writing Britain’s first ever country music hit.” 

If this performance on The Late Late Show with James Corden is any indicator of what’s to come from Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley, the ACM’s are gonna be a jolly good time. The duo will be hosting the ACM awards for CBS this Sunday, April 3.


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