Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood will team up for the CMT Music Awards on June 4 in Nashville to sing "Something Bad." The duet will be included on Lambert's upcoming album, Platinum, arriving June 3.
Both women are nominated in the video of the year category. Lambert will compete with "Automatic," as well as "We Were Us" with Keith Urban, while Underwood is on the ballot with "See You Again." Lambert is this year's leading nominee with six nominations. Underwood has won the most career CMT Music Awards for a female artist with nine. Voting is open through June 1 at CMT.com and CMT Mobile.
As previously announced, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Florida Georgia Line and Blake Shelton will also perform on the 2014 CMT Music Awards. CMT will air the show live from Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on CMT at 8 p.m. ET.
Bryan and Florida Georgia Line follow Lambert with five nominations each. Keith Urban and Taylor Swift are tied with four each, while Hunter Hayes and Shelton each pulled in three nominations. Church and Underwood earned two nominations each, as did Cassadee Pope, Kacey Musgraves, Lady Antebellum, Pistol Annies, The Band Perry, Thomas Rhett and Tim McGraw.
Other nominees include Brett Eldredge, Cole Swindell, Dan + Shay, David Nail, Dierks Bentley, the Eli Young Band, Jake Owen, Jason Aldean, Little Big Town, Randy Houser, Rascal Flatts, Sheryl Crow, Thompson Square, Tyler Farr, Willie Nelson and the Zac Brown Band.
Additionally, nominations also went to Fall Out Boy, Jason Mraz, Lionel Richie, Neil Young, Nelly and OneRepublic for their collaborations with country artists.