Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley back together again as hosts of popular ceremony
Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley will reunite to host the 2018 CMA Awards.
According to the Country Music Association on August 3, 2018, this will be the 11th time the country singers are heading up the show.
Dubbed as country music's biggest night, the award show will broadcast live from the Nashville's Bridgestone Arena at 8 PM ET via ABC on November 14.
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The show is expected to highlight all of your beloved singers, bands, and acts from the popular genre.
As for Underwood and Paisley, viewers know that they never disappoint once they take the main stage.
These two country music superstars are getting invited back to host the award show for all the right reasons.
A lot of netizens shared their thoughts about the CMA's decision to invite the talented singers back to host the show.
Instagram user @anne.stands commented: "I love these two and together they are hilarious, awesome and the perfect duet."
"So looking forward to this, they are super funny, great host match!" wrote @kathleen.olson.520.
"Congratulations to both Carrie & Brad, there awesome as host," @cathyadlerz chimed in.
Meanwhile, some fans asked Underwood and Paisley to stay away from politics.
User @nachesrick wrote: "Hope they keep politics out of there jokes or they'll lose the majority of there audience."
As reported by Daily Mail, on August 28, the list of nominees will be revealed on Good Morning America by the two-time CMA Awards Entertainer of the Year Luke Bryan, four-time CMA Awards-nominated duo Dan + Shay, and five-time CMA Awards Vocal Duo winner Sugarland.
This year's nominations and winners are determined by more than 7,400 professional members of CMA, which is the first trade organization formed to promote an individual genre of music in 1958.
In 1967, the first CMA Awards Banquet and Show was held.