Brittney Spencer and Brothers Osborne Close Out 2022 ACM Awards

Check out their grand finale finish!

Brittney Spencer and Brothers Osborne Close Out 2022 ACM Awards
Brittney Spencer and Brothers Osborne; Image Courtesy of Academy of Country Music

Brittney Spencer and Brothers Osborne closed out the 2022 ACM Awards with a fiery rendition of the Nancy Sinatra classic, “These Boots Are Made For Walking.” 

Marking her ACM Awards debut, Spencer made a powerful impression with the killer collaboration, showing off her bold and beautiful voice packed with tons of power in a performance that brought out her personality and stage presence.

While Spencer and T.J. Osborne demonstrated their vocal prowess, Carrie Underwood was among the stars in the audience who could be seen dancing along to the electrifying display. The three artists left their hearts and souls on the stage as confetti fell over the crowd bringing the show to a grand finish. 

Earlier in the night, Brothers Osborne delivered a stormy, ominous performance of their song “Skeletons.” Dressed in black jumpsuits splattered with white paint, the ACM Duo of the Year winners brought an edge to the awards show with neon graphics splashed across the screen and on the stage under their feet, their suits lighting up in neon colors in the dark.

As for Spencer, the fresh face has been making big strides in the last few years. Along with the release of her 2020 EP, Compassion, Spencer has earned critical acclaim for raw, confessional country tracks like “Damn Right, You’re Wrong,” “Sorrys Don’t Work No More” and 2021’s “Sober & Skinny.” Also hailed as one of the genre’s emerging black voices, she recently appeared on the Today show and has been honored in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s new American Currents exhibit.

Marking the first time a major country awards show aired exclusively as a live stream, the 57th annual ACM Awards took place on Monday (March 7) at Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium. Co-hosted by Dolly Parton with Jimmie Allen and Gabby Barrett, the show featured more than 20 performances and was carried by Amazon Prime Video. Check out full coverage of the 2022 ACM Awards here, including a full list of winners.