Sam Hunt and Carrie Underwood Set to Collaborate on the Grammys

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Country music’s star power will now shine a little brighter on Grammy night.  Carrie Underwood and Sam Hunt are set to join previously announced nominees Little Big Town to sing on the show next month.

Carrie and Sam are just two of the artists the Grammys are putting together for a series of special duet performances. Though we don’t know for sure what they’ll do, the two are a natural pairing since Sam sings backgrounds on Carrie’s current top-ten hit, “Heartbeat.”

Rocker James Bay and fellow Best New Artist nominee Tori Kelly are also set to collaborate, as well as R&B nominee Andra Day and pop singer Ellie Goulding.

Though Carrie has performed on the Grammys before, this will be Sam’s first time. He’s up for both Best New Artist and Best Country Album, for Montevallo. Carrie competes for Best Country Solo Performance for “Little Toy Guns.”

You can check out their stage time together Monday, February 15 at 8 p.m. ET when the 58th Annual Grammy Awards air on CBS.

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