The Duo We Can’t Get Enough Of – Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood
Every true fan of country music impatiently waits for the most important Country Music cvent – the CMA Awards. Since the CMA Awards is getting closer, get ready to laugh to tears. C’mon, you know what we’re talking about – we’re talking about co-hosts of this awards show – Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley.
We can’t think of a pair who would make this night as fun, touching and special every single year as these two amazing people. Not only these two are superstars but they’re also known for their great sense of humor.
For the 10th year in a row, the much-loved pair Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will give us a memorable experience while poking celebrities such as Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian, and many others. Don’t worry, country superstars won’t be spared either because this duo doesn’t have mercy for anyone.
Of course, they don’t only want to joke around, which is exactly why these two are co-hosts. They enjoy in praising people for what they’ve done right that year because that’s the way of appreciating country music and hard work.
But, don’t be naïve and think that they make the CMA awards night memorable without the preparation. Quite the opposite, these two are professionals. Paisley and Underwood say they work hard with others in the team all year in order to make the most out of that special night.
And if we look back at their first shows, we can say that these two are so much better now. This is because they believed in themselves and hard work, at the same time giving us inspiration. Things can always get better, and this duo taught us that. Paisley said, “We’re not the type to give up until we figure it out”. And they definitely did figure it out, getting their fellow country stars and other celebrities way out of the comfort zone.
Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley will make you laugh ‘till you cry, thanks to their one-liners and song parodies, so make sure to watch the show.
The 2017 CMA Awards are planned to air on ABC on 8th November at 8 PM ET. The ceremony will be held at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.