"We both agree it's going to be a fun night, but it’s not about us and hosting," Blake said. "This is about 50 years of the ACMs we can either fill the air with the sound of our stupid jokes and voices or we could fill it with music and some pretty special performances so that's what we opted to do."
Since they're no stranger to each other, ET's Nancy O'Dell asked the co-hosts what the other's best quality was. "He's sweet, he cares about my feelings," Luke said of Blake, before adding, "He's genuinely happy to see me when he sees me, but then he's happy to get away from me too."
Blake echoed Luke's sentiment. "Luke has a way of making me feel better about myself," he said before cracking a joke. "He makes me feel better about myself because I finally found someone who does more drugs and drinks more alcohol than I do."
And what about the other's worst quality? They had fun with this question!
"Blake kisses me a lot on the face. Every now and then a little bit of lip will catch the corner of my lip," Luke joked.
Blake responded by taking the joke to a whole new level. "I barely put my tongue in the corner of his mouth. He likes it though," he deadpanned.
Blake and Luke make a hilarious duo, and you can catch them hosting the ACMs on Sunday, April 19 at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT on CBS. ETonline will have all the latest coverage from the ACMs all weekend long. For now, check out Luke and Bryan's bromance in the video above.