Fans at Blake Shelton’s Pickin’ on the Patio show on Music Row this week got a free relationship tip from the star when he decided to let the men in the audience in on one of his best moves.

In between songs, Shelton got a little rowdy with his characteristically irreverent attitude and started to apologize, before he decided the crowd was undoubtedly full of country folk like him. The singer went on to address the country boys specifically, explaining what they should do to win over their ladies during the show ...

"Here’s what I suggest to all you absolute, Tennessee, redneck dudes that are standing out here,” Shelton began. "Here’s what I think you should do; I’ve done this before. I’m gonna sing this next song and I think if you brought your girl here, or your wife here, or if you’re flirting with a girl trying to think of something not so stupid to say to this girl, you should take this opportunity, turn her towards you, look her in the eye. Look her in the eyes and sing her the words to this song."

Added the singer, "It’s going to pay off for you."

Shelton then launched into his 2010 hit “Who Are You When I’m Not Looking?," a romantic ballad about wanting to know a significant other's true self, rather than the polished exterior she shows to the world.

Shelton and Miranda Lambert finalized their divorce in July.

The “Sangria” singer is back in the spotlight as a celebrity judge on NBC’s The Voice, which premiered Sept. 21. He’s already added some promising talent to his team, including country singers Emily Ann Roberts and former Warner Nashville artist James Dupré. The show airs Monday and Tuesday nights and has produced several notable alumni from Team Blake, like Danielle Bradbery, the Swon Brothers and Cassadee Pope.

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