Kacey Musgraves shuts down Australian audience's 'shoey' request: 'I'm not f---ing drinking out of your shoe'

Kacey Musgraves shut down her audience as they tried to get her to down a beer from a fan’s shoe on Sunday.

The country music star was performing at the Enmore Theater in Sydney, Australia, when someone in the audience called out that Musgraves should do a “shoey” -- an Australian tradition where someone downs a beer from a shoe, according to Australian outlet news.com.au.

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According to a video of the interaction posted on Twitter, the 30-year-old “Space Cowboy” singer showed off her heels and responded: “Well, newsflash, that wouldn’t work for me.”

The audience member continued to shout at her and she asked: “Do you think I’m going to do that out of your shoe?”

Even as the audience cheered 'yes,' the Grammy winner shut them down by saying: “I’m not f---ing drinking out of your shoe.”

Kacey Musgraves shut down an Australian audience member who suggested the Grammy winner drink a beer out of a shoe during a concert in Sydney. 

Kacey Musgraves shut down an Australian audience member who suggested the Grammy winner drink a beer out of a shoe during a concert in Sydney.  (AP)

The audience can then be heard chanting: “Shoey, shoey.”

Musgraves stuck to her guns, though, and responded to the audience member: “You could have athlete’s foot or something. I don’t need that right now.”

After a bit more back and forth, the video shows Musgrave returning to her concert.

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However, many fans weren’t happy that the audience tried to “bully” her into the unique Australian tradition.

“I can't believe we, as an audience, almost bullied @KaceyMusgraves into doing a shoey on stage tonight. Oh what a world, indeed,” one person tweeted.

Another person wrote: “Don’t you dare think you can demand kacey musgraves to do a shoey!!! that behaviour is tacky and not cute at the same time.”

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Someone else tweeted: “I’m so proud of kacey for not doing the shoey.”

In April, American singer Post Malone opted to partake in the Australian tradition, DailyMail.com reported at the time.