Thomas Rhett began his Home Team Tour in Saginaw, Mich., on Thursday night (Feb. 23), and the singer closed out his headlining set by inviting his tour openers to join him for a cover of Bruno Mars' latest hit, "24K Magic."

Readers can press play above to watch Rhett, Kelsea Ballerini, Russell Dickerson and Ryan Hurd sing Mars' song. Rhett takes the first verse, while Dickerson takes the second, and Ballerini and Hurd chime in on the choruses.

Rhett's fans already know that he's a fan of Mars: In 2015, he began covering Mars' "Uptown Funk" in concert; that same year, he recorded a cover of Mars' "When I Was Your Man."

“I’m obsessed with Bruno Mars’ records,” Rhett admits. “I’d give my right leg to be able to sing like that dude.”

After announcing his Home Team Tour in late 2016, Rhett added more dates to the trek early this year, before even beginning the tour. He'll be on the road throughout this spring and summer, including a headlining spot at Country Jam 2017, which is set to take place in Colorado in June.

In addition to his 2017 tour, Rhett and his wife Lauren recently announced that they are not only expecting a baby (a girl!), they’re also adopting a child from Africa!

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