The lineup wasn’t complete, however, without Beyonce and Jay-Z’s daughter Blue Ivy joining the mix for her moment in the spotlight.
“Remember, if we win, I’ll know before you will,” Feek remembered his wife telling him before she passed.
From backstage bonding sessions to sneak peeks of glam sessions, country stars let fans in on the madness surrounding Music’s Biggest Night thanks to social media.
Simpson let the world know exactly who he is when he performed a song from his GRAMMY-winning album, A Sailor’s Guide to Earth.
Maren Morris and Alicia Keys’ performance of “Once” is one of the most memorable performances of the night.
“Thank you guys so much, this is amazing, thank you for giving me the most amazing year of my life,” Morris said.
First-time nominees Kelsea Ballerini & Lukas Graham stepped into the spotlight for a performance of their hits “Peter Pan” & “7 Years.”
Urban opened the song solo with his guitar in front of a reflective backdrop, with the Oklahoma joining from side stage, donning a form-fitting silver mini dress.
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Kelly Clarkson, DNCE, Camila Cabello, The Chainsmokers, Celine Dion, Nick Jonas, Jennifer Lopez, and others have also been confirmed to present.
“…I just have always put a lot of stock into how something sounds in your car because that’s where a lot of people are when they are listening to the radio obviously,” she explained.
“You know, to be nominated for Country Song along with some of my friends is a huge dream come true,” Rhett confesses.
Ballerini will be representing country music proudly alongside fellow artists like Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Little Big Town, Maren Morris and more.
“We made $8. It’s pretty good,” Urban told The Tennessean.
Already previously announced to take the stage include Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Maren Morris, Adele, Alicia Keys, The Weeknd and so many more.
“My life’s changed a lot in the last few years since I’ve put out The First Time and it’s been really cool to dig into that and write about it,” she said.