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Sugarland surprised on stage by a trio of male strippers

Followers of the country duo Sugarland got this message via Twitter today:

We had a few unexpected guests on stage in ATL last Sat. You should have seen J&K's faces.

Follow Sugarland on Twitter at www.twitter.com/sugarlandmusic

The scene was the Verizon Wireless Ampitheather at Encore Park in Alphartta, GA on Saturday, September 26, 2009. The on-stage prank was orchestrated by singer Matt Nathanson (best known for his pop hit “Come On Get Higher”) who sent a trio of male strippers to dance alongside Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush during their medley of pop and hip-hop tunes. You’ll see the mastermind behind the prank, Nathanson, on the stage himself wearing a cowboy hat and vest.

Matt Nathanson - singer, songwriter, practical joker.

Photo credits: Mercury Nashville, Acrobat Records

For more info: 
Sugarland Official Website
Sugarland on Twitter
Sugarland on Facebook
Sugarland on MySpace
Matt Nathanson Official Website

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