The 2015 Country Music Association Awards are still months away, but the network has already chosen their co-hosts for the highly anticipated awards show. While neither the nominees nor performers have been revealed, the hosts of the annual ceremony have been announced.
According to E! Online, Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley have been selected as this year's co-hosts. The announcement was made Tuesday during ABC's "CMA Music Festival: Country's Night to Rock" special. The network aired a clip of Underwood, 32, and Paisley's, 42, best hosting moments after making the announcement. This isn't the first time this duo have appeared alongside one another at an awards show -- in fact, it's not even the first time they've hosted the CMA Awards.
Both Underwood and Paisley have an impressive history with the CMA Awards. Not only have they hosted a whopping eight times, both have taken home several awards of their own in various categories over the years. According to Rolling Stone, Underwood has won Female Vocalist of the Year three times, Single of the Year once and the Horizon Award. Paisley has 14 CMA's under his belt with wins in categories such as Vocal Event of the Year, Music Video of the Year, Album of the Year.
While Underwood and Paisley have had many memorable moments throughout their years as CMA Awards co-hosts, none was more memorable than one from the 2014 show. Shortly after kicking off their hilarious monologue, Underwood was seen whispering something in Paisley's ear on stage. He then announced to the crowd that he finally knew something before the rest of the world adding, "suck it, TMZ." Moments later, while talking about country music legend Garth Brooks, Paisley revealed the big secret: Underwood was expecting a baby boy.
The CMA Awards are scheduled to air live from Nashville, Tennessee, on Nov. 4 at 8 p.m. The nominees and performers be will likely be made available as the show's air date gets closer.
Check out ABC's highlight reel from Underwood and Paisley's previous hosting gigs below: