Country superstars Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan are taking their bromance on the road!

On Wednesday’s episode of “Good Morning America”, the pals travelled to Shelton’s hometown of Tishomingo, Oklahoma, for the grand opening of his new music venue The Doghouse.

Before taking the stage, the two interviewed each other in a fun one-on-one followed by a trip around Shelton’s hometown.

“This is Bluke together again,” Shelton announced, kicking off the interview.

The pair discuss food, with Shelton revealing his favourite: chicken-fried steak.

“Chicken-fried steak? But it’s steak fried in the style of a chicken?” Bryan confusingly asks.

But Shelton merely replies, “Yes.”

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If you think the “Knockin’ Boots” singer is practising his own songs in the shower, you’re wrong.

Bryan tells Shelton his favourite song to sing in the shower is “The Star-Spangled Banner” because “you can never have enough practice singing ‘The Star Spangled Banner’.”

And when Shelton asks Bryan his favourite thing about him, he responds: “I need time on that.”

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The Doghouse is an expansion of Shelton’s popular restaurant Ole Red, where he later took Bryan for a “light snack.”

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“This is the most calorie-concentrated Bloody Mary,” Bryan says as the two loop arms to take a sip of the drink packed full with all the spices and flavourings.

Their tour around Tishomingo would not be complete without a stop at Junk Stars, a unique store owned by Blake’s mom, Dorothy.

The two quickly get Dorothy in a group hug when she jokingly yells, “I’m being smothered.”

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Not only does Shelton’s new music venue feature performances by country superstars, it also raises money for the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Foundation.