Taylor Swift, Blake Shelton and Keith Urban have all been added to the performance lineup of the 2011 CMA Awards.
Fellow Entertainer of the Year nominees Jason Aldean and Brad Paisley will also perform on the Nov. 9 show, the Country Music Association announced on Tuesday. Paisley will also share hosting duties with singer Carrie Underwood.
Paisley, Swift and Urban are all past winners of the coveted award, taking home top honors in 2010, 2009 and 2005, respectively.
Swift, who has sold more than 3.5 million copies of her third studio album, Speak Now, was recently honored by the Academy of Country Music. The 21-year-old received the Jim Reeves International Award for the success of her current world tour, which started in Singapore in February and will conclude in New Zealand in March 2012.
There are so many amazing fans who came out to the shows and gave the Academy of Country Music the idea to give me this award and it's the fans who filled those arenas and came out to the shows and screamed very, very loudly, 'We love you Taylor.' I love you too, she said at ACM festivities on Monday.
Fresh from the NBC reality singing competition show The Voice, Shelton has also been riding on the success of his summer album, Red River Blue, which includes his hit single Honey Bee.
Shelton is nominated for five CMA trophies this year, including Male Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year. Swift is also up for five, while Urban is nominated for two. The Band Perry and the Zac Brown Band each have four nominations, including Vocal Group and Song of the Year.
The complete list of nominations can be found on the Country Music Association Web site.
The 2011 CMA Awards airs on Nov. 9 on ABC.