Watch The Walmart Yodeling Kid Perform On 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'

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In case you don't have an Internet connection, 10-year-old Mason Ramsey became a viral sensation last month after a Walmart shopper shot video of Ramsey clad in cowboy boots, yodeling Hank Williams inside a Walmart in IL.

She then presented him with a scholarship from Walmart for $15,000.

Mason Ramsey, the 10-year-old boy who went viral last week for yodeling at a Walmart, appeared on "Ellen" this week to talk about his viral fame.

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Ramsey told DeGeneres that he chose to perform at that specific Walmart because "it's the only store we've got". There even are dance-mix remixes of his performance.

"If the good Lord's willing and the creeks don't rise, I'll see you all again next time", he shouted at the end, referencing a country song made popular by Johnny Cash.

The concert will start at 5 p.m. EST and will all be streamed via Walmart's Facebook and Twitter accounts. But first, DeGeneres wanted to hear how Ramsey enjoyed trip to Los Angeles, as his Ellen visit marked his first time on an airplane. Damn generous of you, Walmart.

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After he performed, DeGeneres told Ramsey that he was booked to sing at the historic venue on Saturday. DeGeneres warned him that such a lofty dream would take years to accomplish, but apparently not in the age of the internet.

In addition to all of that, Ramsey is injecting new life into the classic country music he loves. According to a report from Time, streaming replays of "Lovesick Blues" shot up nearly 2,500 percent after Ramsey's video went viral.

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