Carrie Underwood to Duet With Tony Bennett at Grammys

Lady Antebellum will present during the awards.

photo by John Paul Filo/CBS

Fresh off a rock-country collaboration with Aerosmith's Steven Tyler on CMT Crossroads, Carrie Underwood is set for another pop pairing, this time with Tony Bennett at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards. Carrie and Tony will perform "It Had to Be You," which they recorded for his album Duets II. That collection earned him a Grammy nomination this year for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.

Carrie's own "Mama's Song" is nominated for Best Country Solo Performance.

Lady Antebellum will also serve as presenters during the event. The trio is nominated for Best Country Album for Own the Night.

The 54th Annual Grammy Awards will be broadcast live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday (Feb. 12) on CBS.

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