Luke Combs, Lea Michele, Bobby Bones and More to Present at CMA Awards

Everyone who is anyone will be in Nashville come November 8 to celebrate with country music’s hottest stars at the 51st Annual CMA Awards.

From models to actors to NASCAR drivers, the presenters for the awards show were recently announced with many famous faces ready to hit the carpet and the stage during “Country Music’s Biggest Night.” Outside of the country format, guests range all the way from people like model Karlie Kloss, actress Ruby Rose from Orange is the New Black, actress/singer Lea Michele, NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson, actor Jason Ritter, actress Brittany Snow, director Tyler Perry and many others.

On the country side of it all, familiar friends will also announce winners and performers alike, including Bobby Bones, Luke Combs, Brett Young, Trisha Yearwood, Lauren Alaina and Dustin Lynch.

Making the show even grander for one of the biggest musical events of the season, performers at the 51st Annual CMA Awards include Garth BrooksBrothers OsborneLuke BryanAlan Jackson, Miranda LambertLittle Big TownOld DominionJon PardiP!NK, Chris StapletonThomas Rhett, Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban.

Collaborations set for the evening will have two worlds colliding as Maren Morris will sing with pop artist Niall Horan, Kelsea Ballerini welcomes a ‘Legend’ in Reba McEntire, country power couple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill and a dynamic spot for Dierks Bentley alongside Rascal Flatts.

Underwood will join her co-host of 10 years, Brad Paisley, for all of the jokes and pranks to sprinkle throughout the broadcast. While they don’t want to spill much about their routine, the two have been promoting their humor with hints dropped toward their content throughout their recent coverage.

The 51st Annual CMA Awards will broadcast live from the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Wednesday, November 8, at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.