Brad, Carrie Return to Host CMA Awards

Awards show airs Nov. 1 on ABC.

They're back! Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will team up for the fifth straight year to co-host the Country Music Association Awards telecast.

The Country Music Association confirmed the news on Twitter and Facebook with a picture of the two stars during a photo shoot. The CMA Awards show will air Nov. 1 on ABC.

"I feel like we're the bus drivers," Carrie told CountryWeekly.com prior to last year's show. "The three-hour ride goes a lot faster when we're at the front. We're the ones keeping it moving and there's always something to do."

"The easiest way to enjoy the show is to host it," Brad agreed.

Performers, presenters and nominees for the show will be announced in the coming weeks.

 

 

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