AceShowbiz - Country superstar Chris Stapleton helped Tyler Perry bid farewell to his Madea alter ego by performing an impromptu song at the actor/filmmaker's tour stop in Nashville, Tennessee last week.
Perry has been taking his tough family matriarch on a farewell tour across North America, and when the trek wrapped for good in Nashville on Friday, February 14, Stapleton was spotted among the fans in the audience.
The singer was called upon to show off his talents, and he happily stood up from his seat and took the microphone to belt out a rendition of his hit tune, Tennessee Whiskey, sending fellow crowdmembers wild.
On Tuesday, Perry shared video footage of the unexpected set on Instagram, and thanked the father-of-five for adding his star power to the closing gig of "Madea's Farewell Play Tour".
"Madea could not come to the end of the farewell tour and have @chrisstapleton in the audience in Nashville, Tennessee and not have him sing a verse of Tennessee Whiskey! And he KILLED IT!!" Perry captioned the post.
"Thank you Chris, blessings to you, your wife, and them babies (sic)!!".