CMT Crossroads is about to get a whole lot dancier. Luke Bryan and Thomas Rhett are pairing up with Jason Derulo and Nick Jonas, respectively, for two very unique episodes — probably featuring a few signature moves from all four guys.

CMT also announced mashups between Jennifer Nettles and Cheap Trick, as well as Charles Kelley and Rob Thomas.

Rhett is clearly excited to team up with Jonas for the event, which will air this summer:

CMT Crossroads brings together some of the most unlikely pairs for epic combinations, in which each artist takes turns helping sing the other person’s songs, usually with a slightly different arrangement than the original to accommodate a new, blended style. Kacey Musgraves shared the stage with Katy Perry for an impressive set in 2014, and last year brought together Brantley Gilbert and Lynyrd Skynyrd, just to name a couple.

Rhett earned two No. 1 singles off his most recent record Tangled Up with “Die a Happy Man” and Crash and Burn,” and his current single “T-shirt” is climbing the charts. He’s on tour with Jason Aldean right now, but he’s said his last tour with Florida Georgia Line sparked some great songwriting, and he hopes to collaborate with them on a recording sometime soon.

Bryan is on his Kill the Lights Tour, and his album by the same name just went platinum. The superstar recently celebrated Leap Day by giving back to local firefighters in Franklin, Tenn.

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