Country music's biggest night is finally here!
The 48th CMA Awards will air live from Nashville's Bridgestone Arena tonight at 8 p.m. E.T. on ABC with Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood hosting the star-studded show for the seventh time together.
Lady Antebellum, who has been busy promoting their new album, 747, has received two nominations and will be vying for the highly-coveted title of Vocal Group of the Year as well as Music Video of the Year for their hit "Bartender."
As for the trio's thoughts on the forthcoming award show? Well, they're hoping for a well-deserved win.
"We want to win for sure," Charles Kelley admitted before noting the group's many accomplishments. "We've worked hard this year...We toured for, gosh, about 7-8 months straight and made a record. So we really just feel like we're putting a good fight to kind of just really put on a better show and album and everything.
"So it would mean a lot if we could win..." he added, "But we try to focus on the performance."
This year, Taylor Swift, who Lady A previously praised for her transition to pop music, is notably absent from the nominees who will go head to head for the top award of Entertainer of the Year.
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Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, George Strait and Keith Urban will all be competing for the honorable accolade—and Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood believe there's one clear winner.
"My gut guess would be Luke Bryan to take Entertainer of the Year," Hillary Scott spilled to E! News. "I think with just the year that he's had—the past couple of years that he's had—I mean he's selling out stadiums. I think he's earned it, for sure."
Good luck to all the nominees at the CMA Awards tonight!