The Grammy Awards are fast approaching, and the official list of presenters has now been released. It includes several of country’s biggest names. Thomas Rhett, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill will all be presenting an award, as well as friend-of-the-genre Kelly Clarkson.

The show airs Feb. 12 on ABC and will also feature several stellar country performances, namely a duet between Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban. The duo will sing "The Fighter," a song from Urban's Ripcord album.

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Other country stars taking the stage include Maren Morris, nominated for the coveted all-genre Best New Artist Award among several others; Little Big Town; and Kelsea Ballerini, up against Morris for the Best New Artist category. After Morris, Urban is the second-most nominated country artist with nominations in three categories. Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley, Underwood and Rhett are among the other nominated artists on the docket.

The Grammys are hosted this year by James Corden of the Late Late Show. Corden is known for his Carpool Karaoke bits that have included mega-popular artists like Underwood.

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