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Carrie Underwood shares another Picture of Deal with Before of ACM Awards

Carrie Underwood shares another Picture of Deal with Before of ACM Awards

It is one of the biggest events in country music, celebrating and honoring achievements in the entertainment industry over the past year.

Just because the ceremony is not going to tackle sexual harassment or women's equality, that doesn't mean it isn't going to address other issues, such as the shooting in Las Vegas a year ago, where a gunman opened fire on a group of concertgoers at the Route 91 Harvest music festival, killing 58 people.

The event, held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, will recognize the Las Vegas shooting that took place October 1st at a music festival near the Mandalay Bay resort while Jason Aldean was on stage.

The ACM Awards will be broadcast live from Las Vegas Sunday night on CBS. I know it's been a big story, but I think, I'm sure she'll be relieved to finally move on from all that stuff too.

Underwood, who has yet to demonstrate the full image of her face since her November 10 accident when she dropped down the measures of her Nashville residence, causing her to have significantly more than 40 stitches, confirmed that she'd formally launch her face at the ACM Awards in vegas.

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The 2018 ACM awards will be Carrie's first performance in over five months.

At this year's award ceremony, the singer is nominated for two awards, Best Female Vocalist of the Year and Best Vocal Event of the year.

This year, he has been pitted against the likes of fellow country stars Luke Bryan, Garth Brooks and Chris Stapleton. Jason Aldean, who was playing on stage when the gunman opened fire, is up for Entertainer and Male Vocalist of the Year.

The 35-year-old singer also revealed that she has been working with a new record producer for her upcoming album. Celebrity presenters will include David Boreanaz, Sam Elliot, Ashton Kutcher, Rebecca Romijn, and Lindsey Vonn.

Additional collaborations include Kane Brown and Alaina performing the multiplatinum hit "What Ifs", Urban and Julia Michaels doing a duet on Urban's new single "Coming Home", and Bebe Rexha with Florida Georgia Line rolling out their chart-topper "Meant to Be". According to TheBoot.com, published on February 28, it is reported that Dierks Bentley will be performing the song "Woman Amen" and using "fan-submitted photos of female heroes as a backdrop".