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Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, Keith Urban

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Country is going big in Texas!

The 2015 Academy of Country Music Awards are ready to celebrate their 50th anniversary tonight on CBS and music fans sure have a lot to look forward to.

While Miranda Lambert, Florida Georgia Line and Lady Antebellum are just some of the famous nominees who could walk away with trophies, it may just be the special guests and performances that will have all eyes on the Lone Star state.

So who will have you shaking in your boots from your comfy couch tonight? Get the scoop in our easy guide to this evening's ACMs.

Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton

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1) Bromance Alert: Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton—lovingly referred to by fans at Bluke—will return as co-hosts this year with more wild and crazy antics. While The Voice coach wouldn't get specific about plans, he teased to Ryan Seacrest that there will be lots of surprises. "Luke and I have brought a good level of immaturity," he confessed. "That's what we need in music these days."

2) Unlikely Duos: Nick Jonas performing with Dan & Shay? Christina Aguilera joining Rascal Flatts? Yes, it's happening and it's hopefully going to be unforgettable for all the right reasons. "We are putting a different spin on the song for the awards," Aguilera teased to USA Today. "It's a quiet, beautiful song about true love that lasts a lifetime." 

Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton

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3) Cute Couples: From Shelton and Lambert, to Jason Aldean and Brittany Kerr, to Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood, there are plenty of country couples expected to walk the red carpet.  And you better believe we're crossing our fingers for a Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher sighting. Don't you think the new parents need a night out? 

4) No Country, No Problem: Not the biggest fan of country music? No worries because this show has plenty of A-listers on-hand to keep you interested. Sofia Vergara, Reese Witherspoon, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and even Dr. Phil McGraw are just some of the confirmed presenters. Who else will make the trip to Texas? Stay tuned!

Reba McEntire

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5) Gimme More Music: For those who don't care about awards, this may be the show for you. For much of the three-hour broadcast, viewers will enjoy special performances from their favorite artists including Kenny Chesney, Reba McEntire, Dierks Bentley and George Strait. For the cherry on top, Brooks & Dunn will reunite for the first time since calling it quits in 2010. Welcome back, y'all!

The ACMs air tonight at 8 p.m. only on CBS.