Carrie Underwood and Sam Hunt to Make Sweet Music Together on the GRAMMYs Stage

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Country heartthrobs Carrie Underwood and Sam Hunt will hit the stage together for a duet performance on the GRAMMYs stage next month. Presumably, the pair will perform Underwood's current single, "Heartbeat." The Storyteller track already features Hunt's harmony vocals, as the newcomer confirmed in an Instagram post last year.

"So excited to be heading back to @TheGRAMMYs Stage! And with the amazingly talented @SamHuntMusic," Underwood tweeted on Wednesday.
The seven-time GRAMMY winner is nominated once at this year's ceremony, for Best Country Solo Performance for "Little Toy Guns." Her latest album, Storyteller, was released after the nomination deadline and will be in contention for the 2017 awards.
Meanwhile, Hunt's Montevallo scored him two nominations: Best New Artist and Best Country Album.
ET was with both Hunt and Underwood at the CMT Music Awards last June, where each artist was celebrating a milestone moment. For Hunt, it was his first-ever award.
As for Underwood, ET broke the news that she had just smashed a new record at the show.
The GRAMMYs air live on Monday, Feb. 15, on CBS at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. In addition to Underwood and Hunt, James Bay and Tori Kelly will join forces for a duet during the show, as well as Andra Day and Ellie Goulding.