Sandra Bullock Plays For Crowd at Nashville Rising (Video)
Sandra Bullock Gave Fans a Treat at Nashville Rising Concert Tuesday Night When Introducing Faith Hill
Sandra Bullock surprised fans and concert-goers at the Nashville Rising Benefit Concert for Flood Recovery Tuesday night when she came on stage to introduce Faith Hill.
The event was hosted by Hill and Tim McGraw and Bullock was a welcome addition.
"I'm going to bring the house down," Bullock, 45, declared to the sell-out crowd of more than 15,000 people as she swung an acoustic guitar over her shoulder. "And I'm going to do it Nashville style!"
She then asked the audience for quiet before plucking the guitar for the opening notes to Smoke On the Water.
Laughter can be heard in the audience before Bullock says:
"I can't play for crap!" she eventually deduced before introducing Hill, who joked, "Sign that girl right away."
The event was a big success with big acts such as Taylor Swift, Toby Keith, Carrie Underwood, ZZ top, Martina McBride, LeAnn Rimes, Miley Cyrus and appearances by celebrities such as Reese Witherspoon.
According to People Magazine, the benefit raised over $2 million for the Nashville flood victims.
Watch Sandra Bullock's Appearance at Nashville Rising: