As part of the 2015 CMA Country Christmas TV special on Thursday night (Dec. 3), Brett Eldredge and Thomas Rhett gave a former St. Jude patient a special holiday surprise.

Fourteen-year-old Kenzie came to St. Jude when she was eight for treatment after being diagnosed with leukemia. She is now cancer free and, as Eldredge puts it, "a great young lady and a big country music fan."

Eldredge and Rhett surprised Kenzie with a special meeting, during which the young woman got to chat with the two country music stars -- "I have 20 [questions] ... I came here prepared!" she told them -- and ask them about their childhoods, the beginnings of their careers and their advice for someone like her.

"Keep being you," Eldredge told her. "You're awesome, really."

Rhett and Eldredge presented Kenzie with a basket of tour merch and special Christmas swag and also gave a special acoustic performance of "I'll Be Home for Christmas."

"Oh my gosh, I can't believe i just met y'all," she squealed. "I'm so excited right now!"

Rhett and Eldredge are currently out on the road together, co-headlining the 2015 CMT on Tour, dubbed the “Suits and Boots Tour." Danielle Bradbery is serving as their opening act.

“Me and Brett have always talked about touring together, so this tour is a legit co-headlining tour,” Rhett tells The Boot. “… Our personalities just really mesh, so for us to be on tour, it’s just like a big comedy stand-up act, if you will."

See Pictures From CMA Country Christmas 2015