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The Colosseum, which has been trying to find new acts to temporarily replace Celine Dion, backs out after the country couple asked for $1.25 million for three shows.
The song, which serves as the lead single off his upcoming album, features the 'Voice' coach singing about trying to move on after breaking up with his girl.
The country superstar's new album, which will come to follow up last year's 'Based on a True Story...', will be released on September 30.
The new coaches get playful with the show's vets Blake Shelton and Adam Levine in the promo video.
After presenting Pope with the Breakthrough Video of the Year award, Shelton returns to the stage as his 'Doin' What She Likes' wins the Male Video of the Year.
Two other coaches Adam Levine and Usher also hit the stage of the singing show to deliver an amazing cover of D'Angelo's 2000 hit single 'Untitled (How Does It Feel)'.
Singing-wise, Christina Grimmie of Team Adam and Sisaundra Lewis of Team Blake deliver the best performances of the night, while Adam makes Bria Kelly cry with his comment.
The country music crooner brings Sisaundra Lewis, Audra McLaughlin and Jake Worthington to the live shows.
Other strong female singers, including Clarissa Serna and Kaleigh Glanton, are not that lucky and get sent home in the final battles.
The event also features performances from Miranda Lambert, George Strait, Jason Aldean, Hunter Hayes, Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line among others.
The hosts of the 49th annual Academy of Country Music Awards also take a jab at Miley Cyrus and pull some sex jokes in their monologue.
Plunging neck dresses that showed off cleavage were particularly popular among the female attendees of the April 6 event.
The three coaches find themselves in yet another battle over Jake Barker, whom Usher decides to let go following his and Stevie Jo's duet of 'Higher Love'.
Ryan Whyte Maloney, Clarissa Serna and Sisaundra Lewis deliver outstanding performances in the third episode of the show's season 6.
The four judges sing each other's hits including 'Whenever, Wherever', 'Boys Round Here', 'Love Somebody' and 'Without You'.