An array of blonde curls make a bold statement in both Kimberly Schlapman's and Cam’s signature looks individually, but would the world be ready for what would happen if they brought their bold tresses together?

The artists, dubbed “Camberly” for short, answered that question at the ACM Awards on Sunday (April 3) when they posed for a photo, their curls intermingling side-by-side.

“Camberly” look stunning in their gowns — Cam in her trademark yellow with a black lace top and Schlapman in a more classic all-black ensemble with a hint of glam in the A-line tiered skirt and lace in the bodice.

Schlapman’s band Little Big Town and Cam both performed at the 2016 ACM Awards, giving impressive performances on both counts. LBT brought the house down with the technical skill and tight harmonies they’re known for on “Stay All Night," accompanied by an explosive band featuring several outstanding horn musicians including Trombone Shorty. The band took home the title for Vocal Group of the Year and were nominated for several other awards, including Song of the Year and Vocal Event of the Year.

Cam gave a touching performance of her poignant mega-hit “Burning House,” for which was nominated for Single Record of the Year, Video of the Year and Song of the Year. She co-wrote the platinum-certified tune with Tyler Johnson.

Little Big Town are on the road with Luke Bryan’s Kill the Lights Tour, which continues through May, while Cam is headed out with Dierks Bentley on the Somewhere on a Beach Tour. She recently released the follow-up single to "Burning House" titled "Mayday," which she performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

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