Ashton Kutcher is known to live his best life and make the most of every opportunity. He couldn’t pass up joining the fun on stage. The That 70s Show star joined Thomas Rhett and HARDY on stage and they performed Garth Brooks’ 1990 hit “Friends In Low Places,” at StageCaoch.

Ashton could be seen wearing a white cowboy hat and t-shirt that read “Support your local farmer.” The blue denims he rocked really pulled everything together. He was also having a ball with other country music fans.

Apparently, the song is very special to both Thomas Rhett and his special friend Ashton Kutcher. Before performing at StageCoach on April 29th, they also sang the song together in 2016when Ashton accompanied Thomas to his Back Porch Revival show in Lowa City.

“Thanks for helping me out @aplusk,” Thomas shared on his Instagram back in 2016. “Your hometown crowd in Iowa City brought the heat! #Kinnickstadium #Nativefund.”

Kutcher and his wife, Mila Kunis, are country music fans and they’ve been attending SatgeCoach since 2014. As a matter of fact, Thomas revealed to his label that he and Ashton first met at the festival and then had dinner later.

“And I remember him and his wife Mila Kunis, which is crazy, invited me and Lauren [Thomas’ wife] to dinner one night in L.A. And we’re sitting there going, ‘Are we seriously about to go to dinner with them?'” Thomas expressed. “Before we walked in we’re like crossing our fingers like, ‘Please be as cool as we think you are.'”  

Watch their performance below, and it’s worth a watch. We’ll have to see what Ashton Kutcher does next, but he’s likely to have a great time in the process.

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Sanchari Ghosh

Sanchari has a degree in chemical engineering. Apart from that, she has a knack for reading and photography too. She likes to keep herself updated with what is happening around the world. Sanchari is always keen on learning new things. She loves watching movies and her favorite genre is romantic comedies!

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