Carrie Underwood has been added to the list of performers at the CMT Music Awards. The 39-year-old , who will perform from the Resorts World Theatre, where her ongoing REFLECTION: The Las Vegas Residency takes place. has also made it into the final six for the Video of the Year category, with her “If I Didn’t Love You” duet with Jason Aldean.
The other nominees in the category are Kane Brown‘s “One Mississippi,” Kelsea Ballerini with Kenny Chesney‘s “Half of My Hometown,” Luke Combs‘ “Forever After All,” Cody Johnson‘s “‘Til You Can’t” and Cole Swindell and Lainey Wilson‘s “Never Say Never.”
Other recently-announced performers include Mickey Guyton with Black Pumas and Old Dominion. They join a previously-announced list of celebrities taking the stage, which includes The Judds, Keith Urban, Kane Brown, Cody Johnson, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, Maren Morris with Ryan Hurd, Carly Pearce, Cole Swindell with Lainey Wilson. Kelsea Ballerini, who will host the ceremony alongside actor Anthony Mackie, will also perform.
Underwood is also nominated with Aldean, for Collaborative Video of the Year. The American Idol alum is the reigning artist with the most CMT Awards, with 23 total trophies, including last year’s Video of the Year win, with John Legend for their joint “Hallelujah” video.
“This album is one that I have always wanted to make,” Underwood said of My Savior. “It came at the right time and it was just so important to me. So the fact that I get to take this home, it’s blowing my miind. My heart is so full, and I’m so proud of it. I’m really excited and happy.”
Ballerini and Anthony Mackie will host the ceremony, which will air live from Nashville on Monday, April 11, at 8:00 PM ET on CBS. The CMT Music Awards are fan-voted. Voting is open now at vote.cmt.com.