Killer collab alert!
Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood teased the upcoming video for their catchy duet, “The Fighter,” on Monday.
The pair took a moment out of the shoot to fill fans in on the upcoming video on Twitter.
“We are on the set of our video today,” said Urban. “This is our brand new single, it’s called ‘The Fighter’ and I can’t wait for you guys to see the video. It’s going to be coming out very soon.”
The 49-year-old musician then compared the set to a boxing ring and joked that although he and Underwood get along well, “the day is young.”
The track is from the New Zealand-born singer’s latest album RipCORD, which was released last year and is up for Best Country Album at Sunday’s GRAMMY awards.
Underwood is set to hit the stage with Urban at the glitzy awards ceremony.
While they haven’t dished on whether they’ll be performing “The Fighter,” Urban has plenty of practice collaborating on the track -- and not just with Underwood!
He previously shared a cute video showing him lip-syncing to the song with his wife, Nicole Kidman, while the pair were in the car together.
The couple recently opened up to ET about having to spend the GRAMMYs apart, since Kidman will be at the BAFTAs, where she is nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Lion.
"We couldn't believe it. It's an amazing thing to be honored in both our fields in the same night at the same time," Kidman told ET.
Check out more of our interview with the couple below.