Both country stars are set to perform at Sunday's Academy of Country Music Awards, which will mark something of a comeback for Underwood as her first public appearance after suffering a major injury to her face and wrist past year.
This is not a political awards show so much as it just is a chance to hear some music and maybe a little bit of banter between some country-music stars.
Academy of Country Music Awards host Reba McEntire says the show will open with a tribute to the victims of the Route 91 Harvest Festival shootings in Las Vegas in October.
Underwood completed her put up by saying that she was excited to carry out on the ACM Awards, her first public look for the reason that November fall, and that she would even be releasing extra particulars about her upcoming album and tour within the close to future. "My wrist is nearly back to normal, about 90% there. and the docs say that last 10% will come in time".
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The list for Male Vocalist of the year includes Jason Aldean, Chris Young, Keith Urban, Thomas Rhett and Chris Stapleton. I know it's been a big story, but I think, I'm sure she'll be relieved to finally move on from all that stuff too.
Underwood is nominated for Female Vocalist of The Year and Vocal Event of The Year for "The Fighter" alongside Australian singer-songwriter Keith Urban.
Chris Stapleton, who released two top-selling albums past year, is the top nominee with eight. Revealed presenters for the event include Drew Brees, Ashton Kutcher, Nancy O'Dell, Rebecca Romijn, Sugarland member Jennifer Nettles with Kristian Bush, Keifer Sutherland and Lindsey Vonn. And as was previously announced Florida Georgia Line will take the stage with Bebe Rexha to perform their crossover hit "Meant to Be".
Ada native Blake Shelton earned a nomination for Single Record of the Year for his buoyant ballad "I'll Name the Dogs".
McEntire hosted several times between 1986 and 1999, then hosted every year from 2001-2012, sometimes with a co-host.