Reba McEntire and Kelly Clarkson's duet of "Does He Love You" was a high point of the 2018 ACM Awards, but Luke Bryan singing along is pretty high up there, too.

The superstar singers gave it all their all, their voices glowing in unison during an impassioned resurrection of "Does He Love You." Bryan watched from his seat in awe, getting lost in the moment as the legend delivered a praiseworthy '90s throwback.

It was a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment as Bryan let the spirit move him, looking like he was on cloud nine during the performance of McEntire's classic 1993 hit, even softly throwing his head back while singing along, "But does he love you / like he loves me."

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McEntire stepped back in time, slipping into the same then-controversial, now-iconic red dress she wore during the 1993 ACM Awards. She was also the host of the 2018 ACMs, and made the people laugh with lighthearted jokes during her opening monologue.

"I guess they finally figured out that it only takes one woman to do the work of two men," she teased in reference to the fact that Blake Shelton, Bryan and Dierks Bentley have all shared hosting duties in some form since 2013.

Bryan had his moment in the spotlight earlier in the night, performing a heartfelt copy of his hit "Most People Are Good." He also participated in the show's opening tribute to victims of the shooting at Route 91 Harvest Festival alongside Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert, Thomas Rhett and Maren Morris.

It was country music's grand return to Las Vegas, and spirits were high.

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