Things calmed down a little bit when Blake Shelton had Gwen Sebastian from 'The Voice' join him for his sweet new single, 'My Eyes,' at the 2014 ACM Awards.

Shelton performed his very sweet new love song -- from the ACM nominated 'Based on a True Story' album -- on the Las Vegas stage and the scene couldn't have been more perfect. He wore a dark blue shirt and played his acoustic guitar on a barstool -- really slowing it down for the song. Sebastian stood next to him in a dark dress with a faint little sparkle. They sang in front of an outdoor nightscape -- a dark blue sky with black trees. The stage was dimly lit by small lights, making the performance feel extra intimate.

It looked like even Rascal Flatts frontman, Gary LeVox, was enjoying the show as the camera cut to him grooving to the song. Sebastian danced alongside Shelton through most of the song as they playfully sang. When the song's guitar part came up, Shelton strummed his guitar and laughed joyfully into the mic.

When the song ended, the cameraman made Miranda Lambert the star of the show. Shelton's wife looked happy and proud, clapping for her husband's performance. Shelton ended the song, mouthing "thanks," before announcing the next ACM Awards performer.

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