The CMA Awards this year will feature a star-studded lineup of performers. Luke Bryan, Lainey Wilson, and Tanya Tucker are among the artists set to take the stage on November 8 at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena. For those unable to attend, the awards ceremony will be broadcast live on ABC at 8 p.m. ET, and streaming will be available the following day on Hulu. The nominees for the awards were announced last month. Jelly Roll will kick off the show with his hit song "Need a Favor," marking his first appearance at the trophy toss. He has the chance to win up to five awards, but he must be careful as the trophies are shaped like dangerous crystalline missiles and weigh seven-and-a-half pounds. Other performers for the night include Little Big Town, K. Michelle, Old Dominion, Megan Moroney, Carly Pearce, and Chris Stapleton. Luke Bryan, who is co-hosting the show with Peyton Manning, has prepared an impressive medley consisting of his popular songs such as "Huntin', Fishin' and Lovin' Every Day," "One Margarita," "That's My Kind of Night," "Play It Again," and "Country Girl (Shake It for Me)." Duets will be a highlight of the evening. Chris Stapleton will perform his own song "White Horses" before joining Lainey Wilson on stage for a rendition of her hit "Wildflowers and Wild Horses." Jelly Roll will collaborate with K. Michelle on a duet of "Love Can Build a Bridge," while Tanya Tucker will join Little Big Town to sing her classic crossover hit, "Delta Dawn." Megan Moroney and Old Dominion will perform "Can't Break Up Now," and Carly Pearce and Chris Stapleton will share the stage for "We Don't Fight Anymore." More performers for the awards show will be announced in the coming weeks. Chris Stapleton is expected to be among them, ready to deliver another outstanding performance.