A man with an uncanny resemblance to country crooner Kenny Chesney has received an apology after getting booted from a recent concert.
Apparently, Chesney's doppelgänger Nate Blankenship thought that he would have a bit of fun before a concert at Nashville's L-P Field, having himself photographed with fans of the singer who couldn't get up close and personal with the real deal.
Security team members approached Blankenship and told him he was "causing confusion" during the concert and proceeded to toss him out of the stadium. Now, Chesney's camp is issuing an apology, stating the star had not been informed of the incident and had nothing to do with his twin being thrown out of the venue.
"Being made aware through the media that fan Nathan Blankenship was removed from the Brothers of the Sun Tour show in Nashville on Saturday night, the promoter of the show is contacting Blankenship to resolve the matter," read a statement from Chesney's record label Sony to E! News. "No one in Chesney's management or promoter camp was aware that this fan had been escorted from the show until after it had been reported by the media."
Renee Zellweger's ex has promised to refund Blankenship his ticket money and will be sending him a gift basket of Sony merchandise as an apology.