Brad Paisley is country music's king prankster, but every so often, you can pull one over on him. In fact, his opening acts Cam and Eric Paslay figured out how to do just that at a recent tour stop.

In honor of Cam's final night on the Crushin' It World Tour (Feb. 27 in Tulsa, Okla.), the up-and-coming singer teamed up with Paslay to make the prankster the prankee, so to speak. During Cam's time on tour with Paisley, the two made a habit of singing "Whiskey Lullaby" -- originally a duet between Paisley and Alison Krauss -- together. But this time, instead of Cam, Paisley's duet partner was an impostor: the super-tall Paslay, donning a curly wig, yellow shirt and matching hair bow, and lip-syncing to Cam's voice.

Cam herself appeared onstage shortly into her verse, giving Paslay a chance to retreat ... and Paisley a chance to compose himself. The country star managed not to break into laughter during the stunt -- at least not before stepping away from the mic and turning his back to the audience, readers can see him do multiple times in the video above.

"Tulsa was the last night with @camcountry on our winter tour, but she made sure to leave us laughing," Paisley wrote on Instagram after the show. "Plus, we got to see what @ericpaslay looks like in a wig!”

Paisley and Paslay will continue to tour together through early March. Dates and details are available on Paisley's official website.

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