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Taylor performs 'Begin Again', Kelly teams up with Vince Gill to sing 'Don't Rush', and Carrie plays 'Blown Away' at the live telecast of the 46th annual Country Music Association Awards.
Other guests include Miranda Lambert and her husband Blake Shelton, Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles with her baby bump, and Jason Aldean who is accompanied by his wife.
Three new major acts have been added to the list of performers for the awards event held next month.
Amid speculations that the third 'Ghostbusters' film might be dead, it is now said that director Ivan Reitman will finally begin filming next year without Bill Murray tackling the lead.
The song, which is featured in Aerosmith's new album 'Music From Another Dimension', marks Steven Tyler's reunion with Underwood after they performed together at the CMAs last year.
She granted the wish of a twelve year old boy who attended her 'Blown Away' concert in Louisville, Kentucky.
The 'MDA Show of Strength' was also made special by appearances from OneRepublic, The All-American Rejects, and B.o.B among others.
The 'Blown Away' singer and the 'This Is Country Music' crooner will once again team up to take the lead at the annual prize-giving event on November 1.
Carrie Underwood plays a modern-day Dorothy in the 'Wizard of Oz'-themed music video for 'Blown Away'.
The 'My All' hitmaker is reportedly finalizing a deal to join the show, while the 'Good Girl' songstress and other 'Idol' alums such as Taylor Hicks and Clay Aiken may have been contacted by FOX.
Although she has a large Christian fanbase, the 'Jesus Take the Wheel' crooner believes God wants everybody to love others.
In another scene from the sneak peek of the upcoming visuals, the 'Good Girl' songstress engages in what looks like a heated domestic dispute with a man.
Taking the stage along with Amanda Seyfried, Patti LuPone, Lilla Crawford and the cast of 'The Book of Mormon', Harris cheers up the audience as he sings and dances with a number of backup dancers.
The fiancee of Liam Hemsworth is advised by the wife of Mike Fisher to 'take it easy,' 'be engaged for a while' and 'plan everything slow.'
Despite the rumor saying that Snooki, The Situation and their co-stars can accept MTV's decision to end the reality series, a rep for the network insists 'no decision has been made yet.'