"I think the categories, these awards shows, are kind of a snapshot into country music, of what it is that year, you know?" And Bryan suggested making sure the audience has plenty to drink.
Bentley and Bryan seemed to have nailed down a game plan ahead their second go-around, becoming country's newest bromance after Blake Shelton stepped down from his usual ACM co-hosting duties two years ago. but there's no bad blood between the singers. Last year, Underwood went sheer in a stunning Davidson Zanine gown on the red carpet while Lambert accessorized her gorgeous yellow Christian Siriano dress with a pair of hot pink Joyce Echols stilettos - featuring a toy gun and holster accessory!
But viewership took a steep drop previous year to 11.2 million when the awards show went up against "The Walking Dead" season finale and the iHeartRadio Music Awards. In years past, Hunt has sweetly brought his mom as his date.
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Meanwhile, parents-to-be Thomas Rhett and wife Lauren will be hitting the carpet together just days after ringing in Rhett's 27th birthday! And they're not just the presenters for this year's ceremony.
Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Kelsea Ballerini, Luke Bryan, Maren Morris, Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert, Jason Aldean and Little Big Town are also set to perform at 2017 ACM Awards, as previously announced. In addition to hosting the event this year he could return to the awards lineup for the first time since he took over "The Late Show" in 2015. Also competing for the title are Dierks Bentley's "Black", "Dig Your Roots" by Florida Georgia Line and Keith Urban's "Ripcord", which also received a Grammy nomination.