Paula Abdul, Bill Anderson, Martina McBride and More Announced as 2023 CMA Awards Presenters

The 57th Annual CMA Awards will be hosted by Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning, will air live from Nashville on Nov. 8 on ABC

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Paula Abdul, Bill Anderson, Martina McBride

There's more star power being added to the CMA Awards lineup this week.

In addition to the slew of stars who are nominees and performers, country music's biggest night announced its star-studded roster of presenters on Monday, which includes a number of musicians and Broadway stars.

Country stars Martina McBride, Bill Anderson, Keith Urban, Sara Evans, Brian Kelley, Craig Morgan, Darius Rucker and Chris Young will take the stage to present, as well as nominees including Lady A, Jordan Davis and Parker McCollum.

Other presenters include singer-songwriter and dancer Paula Abdul, Drift star Cynthia Erivo, comedian Nate Bargatze, Shucked star Kevin Cahoon, 2023 World Series MVP, Corey Seager, The Golden Bachelor star Gerry Turner,

Related: Luke Bryan, Jelly Roll, Lainey Wilson and More Set to Perform at the 2023 CMA Awards

The 57th Annual CMA Awards will be hosted by Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning, and the ceremony will air live from Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Nov. 8.

Viewers can expect performances from Kelsea BalleriniMorgan WallenPost Malone, as well as Kenny ChesneyLuke CombsDan + ShayJordan DavisHARDYAlan JacksonCody Johnson, Mac McAnally, Ashley McBrydeThe War and Treaty and Zac Brown Band.

Previously announced performers for this year's CMAs include Bryan, Jelly RollK. MichelleLittle Big TownMegan MoroneyOld DominionCarly PearceChris StapletonTanya Tucker and Lainey Wilson.

The evening will feature a handful of collaborations, including a team-up between Mac McAnally, Jackson and Zac Brown Band for a special tribute to the late Jimmy Buffett, who died of cancer on Sept. 1 at age 76.

<p>Natasha Moustache/WireImage</p> Zac Brown of the Zac Brown Band

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Zac Brown of the Zac Brown Band

Wallen will take the stage for two performances — one showcasing a track from his One Thing at a Time album with a special guest and another that'll see him joining forces with HARDY and Post Malone for a medley of country classics.

Wilson will deliver her recent song "Wildflowers and Wild Horses," Tucker will collaborate with Little Big Town for a special version of her classic "Delta Dawn" and Old Dominion will get team up with Moroney for their duet "Can't Break Up Now."

Related: Kelsea Ballerini, Morgan Wallen, Post Malone and More Stars Added to 2023 CMA Awards Performers Lineup

<p>Rob Kim/Getty</p> Lainey Wilson

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Lainey Wilson

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A few of the performers will be hitting the stage twice throughout the evening.

Jelly Roll will open the show with his single "Need a Favor" and will take the stage again with K. Michelle to duet a version of The Judds' "Love Can Build a Bridge."

Another double performer during the show will be Stapleton, singing his recent single "White Horse" and joining forces with Pearce for their "We Don't Fight Anymore" duet.

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