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    CMT Reveals 2021 CMT Awards Performers

    CMT is unveiling their 2021 CMT Awards performers for the fan-voted award show on June 9.

    In a press release, the award show “known for delivering unforgettable, high-energy performances from country’s biggest hitmakers alongside one-of-a-kind collaborations both in- and out-of-genre” announced their first round of performers.

    See them below and bookmark this page to see the performers as they’re announced.

    • Brothers Osborne (“Duo/Group Video of the Year”) + Dierks Bentley (“Video of the Year”)
    • Chris Stapleton (“Male Video of the Year”)
    • Luke Combs (“Male Video of the Year,” “CMT Performance of the Year”)
    • Maren Morris (“Female Video of the Year,” “Collaborative Video of the Year,” 2x “Video of the Year”) + JP Saxe 
    • Mickey Guyton (“Female Video of the Year,” “Breakthrough Video of the Year,” “Video of the Year”) + Gladys Knight
    • Miranda Lambert (“Female Video of the Year,” “Collaborative Video of the Year,” 2x “Video of the Year”) + Jack Ingram + Jon Randall 
    • BRELAND + Mickey Guyton (“Female Video of the Year,” “Breakthrough Video of the Year,” “Video of the Year”)
    • Carrie Underwood (“Collaborative Video of the Year,” “Video of the Year”) + NEEDTOBREATHE
    • Chris Young (“Collaborative Video of the Year”) + Kane Brown (“Male Video of the Year,” “Collaborative Video of the Year,” “Video of the Year”)
    • Kelsea Ballerini (“Female Video of the Year,” “CMT Performance of the Year, “Video of the Year”) + Paul Klein from LANY 
    • Lady A (“Duo/Group Video of the Year”) + Carly Pearce (“Female Video of the Year”) + Gabby Barrett (“Female Video of the Year”)
    • Lauren Alaina + Jon Pardi
    • Luke Bryan (“Male Video of the Year”)
    • Thomas Rhett (“Male Video of the Year”)

    CMT is unveiling their 2021 CMT Awards performers for the fan-voted award show on June 9.

    In a press release, the award show "known for delivering unforgettable, high-energy performances from country’s biggest hitmakers alongside one-of-a-kind collaborations both in- and out-of-genre" announced their first round of performers.

    See them below and bookmark this page to see the performers as they're announced.

    • Brothers Osborne (“Duo/Group Video of the Year”) + Dierks Bentley (“Video of the Year”)
    • Chris Stapleton (“Male Video of the Year”)
    • Luke Combs (“Male Video of the Year,” “CMT Performance of the Year”)
    • Maren Morris (“Female Video of the Year,” “Collaborative Video of the Year,” 2x “Video of the Year”) + JP Saxe 
    • Mickey Guyton (“Female Video of the Year,” “Breakthrough Video of the Year,” “Video of the Year”) + Gladys Knight
    • Miranda Lambert (“Female Video of the Year,” “Collaborative Video of the Year,” 2x “Video of the Year”) + Jack Ingram + Jon Randall 
    • BRELAND + Mickey Guyton (“Female Video of the Year,” “Breakthrough Video of the Year,” “Video of the Year”)
    • Carrie Underwood (“Collaborative Video of the Year,” “Video of the Year”) + NEEDTOBREATHE
    • Chris Young (“Collaborative Video of the Year”) + Kane Brown (“Male Video of the Year,” “Collaborative Video of the Year,” “Video of the Year”)
    • Kelsea Ballerini (“Female Video of the Year,” “CMT Performance of the Year, “Video of the Year”) + Paul Klein from LANY 
    • Lady A (“Duo/Group Video of the Year”) + Carly Pearce (“Female Video of the Year”) + Gabby Barrett (“Female Video of the Year”)
    • Lauren Alaina + Jon Pardi
    • Luke Bryan (“Male Video of the Year”)
    • Thomas Rhett (“Male Video of the Year”)
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