The nominees for Best Pop Collaboration in the 2016 Taste of Country Fan Choice Awards include songs from some of the hottest names in contemporary country music.

2016 was a huge year for collaborations in country, including an unexpected and controversial pairing between Beyonce and the Dixie Chicks for her song, "Daddy Lessons."

Brad Paisley drafted Demi Lovato for "Without a Fight," and Chris Young got Boyz II Men to join him for "Silent Night." Elle King lent her talents to Dierks Bentley's "Different for Girls," and Florida Georgia Line signed Backstreet Boys up for a joint rendition of "God, Your Mama and Me."

Jennifer Nettles teamed up with Jennifer Lopez for a track called "My House," and Pitbull joined Keith Urban for a track on Ripcord titled "Sun Don't Let Me Down." Kenny Chesney was so excited about his collaboration with Pink, "Setting the World on Fire," that he held the release of his latest album to include it, and he was right, since it became a No. 1 hit.

Which of these songs is the Best Pop Collaboration in country music in 2016? Vote as often as once an hour until the poll below closes at 6PM ET on Nov. 30, and click on the button underneath to check out the next category in the 2016 Taste of Country Fan Choice Awards.