Blake Shelton sat down with Jimmy Fallon on Monday night (Oct. 30) to promote his new album Texoma Shore and of course, to get into the Halloween spirit. The country star and late night host played a bizarre game of Caramel Apple Russian Roulette, and it did not go well for Shelton.

The game simply requires that the participants select one of 12 caramel apples, the catch being that four of the apples are actually caramel covered onions (but you don't know which ones until you take a bite). The first person to eat two of the onions loses.

"This is the dumbest thing," Shelton says in a clip from the show, chuckling before biting into what turned out to be an onion, which led to utter disgust. But he wasn't alone in the nauseating taste-off, with the show's host also selecting an onion, much to Shelton's delight.

Unfortunately it was the "Ol' Red" singer who lost the game when he chomped into an onion for the second time. "I'm only here because Seth Meyers was booked. I'm not going to sell one album off this stupid crap," he jokes to a laughing Fallon.

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The country star later took the late night stage for a performance of his new song, "At The House." Red guitar in hand, Shelton treated the audience to a solid rendition of the feel-good song inspired by time well spent with his girlfriend Gwen Stefani.

"At The House" is featured on Texoma Shore, which drops on Nov. 3. The album's lead single, "I'll Name the Dogs," is quickly climbing the country charts, currently sitting in the No. 10 spot on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart.

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