Published: Mon, April 16, 2018

53rd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards airs tonight on WTRF CBS

53rd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards airs tonight on WTRF CBS

Sixteen-time ACM award victor Reba McEntire is among the singers competing for Female Vocalist of the Year, she's also the host of this year's show.

Every day, more performers are advertised through social media to entice fans.

Kentucky's shadow major nominee is Virgie native Josh Osborne, a songwriter who is up for song of the year for co-writing Sam Hunt's "Body Like a Back Road". The Best Vocal Group of the Year victor was announced before show time, as was the New Female Vocalist of the Year victor and the New Male Vocalist of the Year recipient.

Carrie shared with the very 1st semi-full image of her head since her accident on networking.

Superstar Reba McEntire will return to host the 53rd ACM Awards, which honors and showcases the biggest names and emerging talent in country music and is produced for television by dick clark productions.

Another highlight of the show will be Carrie Underwood's highly anticipated performance of her new single "Cry Pretty".


Ashley predicts an emotional night for Jason Aldean, with or without the Entertainer of the Year Award. According to CMT.com, Stapleton has won 3 Grammy Awards in one night.

It comes after Keith announced the upcoming release of his new album Graffiti U, set to drop on April 27.

Virgie native Josh Osborne is up for songwriting and producing awards at the 2018 Academy of Country Music Awards. Also, according to ChrisYoung.com, Young was invited to perform at the Grand Ole Opry.

Keeping you informed of the latest entertainment news. Morris earned two nods in the vocal event category, as she is also nominated for "Craving You", her duet with Thomas Rhett.

The victor in this category could easily be Tim and Faith McGraw. Pacific, which is a couple of hours prior to the official start of the country-music show.

LoCash took their skills to the Big Apple, where they performed on the Today Show. Tim McGraw even hits a couple of high notes on some of the tracks such as the song, "Rest Of Our Lives".

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