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Funny man Blake Shelton briefly abandoned his co-hosting duties at last night's ACM Awards to debut 'Honey Bee,' the first single from his upcoming album. The tune, written by Rhett Atkins and Ben Hayslip, was made available for download following the live telecast and immediately shot to No. 1 on the iTunes Country Singles Chart.

Of course, that wasn't Blake's only performance of the night. The ACM Awards broadcast opened with the Oklahoma native singing his romantic ballad, 'Who Are You When I'm Not Looking,' in a candle-lit room that was made up as a shrine to fiance Miranda Lambert, complete with pictures of his bride all over the room. He was serenading the silk-robe wearing, lounging "Miranda" ... who really turned out to be Blake's co-host, Reba, wearing a blond wig. Check out the funny video below.

Fans can check out Blake's official website to learn more about his upcoming album and where he will be performing live this summer.