VIDEO: Surprise! Sandra Bullock Plays Guitar At Nashville Flood Event

Jun. 23 2010, Published 3:10 p.m. ET

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Oscar winner Sandra Bullock continued her public comeback in the aftermath of the Jesse James cheating scandals by appearing at a charity benefit  in Nashville, Tennessee and has the video of Sandra taking the stage - guitar in hand! 

The Blind Side star picked up her guitar at Tuesday night’s star-studded A Benefit Nashville Rising: Concert For Flood Recovery, hosted by country superstar Faith Hill and her husband Tim McGraw.

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Before her tongue-in-cheek performance , Bullock, 45, said: "I'm going to bring the house down, and I'm going to do it Nashville style!

”If I could have some quiet, please,” Bullock muttered before playing the opening notes to Smoke On The Water.

"I can't play for crap!" she eventually admitted before introducing Hill, who joked, ‘Sign that girl right away.’

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Faith Hill

Other performers on the star-studded night included Toby Keith, Taylor Swift, Jason Aldean, Carrie Underwood, ZZ Top, Martina McBride, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, LeAnn Rimes and Miley Cyrus.

Nashville native and fellow Oscar winner Reese Witherspoon taped a video greeting by saying about her hometown ‘we get together and take care of each other’.

Some 15,000 fans attended the sold-out event , which raised $2 million for flood victims. has exclusively revealed how Bullock’s estranged husband Jesse James has not given-up hope of winning back his famous wife and plans to relocate to Austin, Texas, with his daughter Sunny James where the star has several homes.



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