Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley To Return As Co-Hosts For 2017 ACM Awards

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Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley will co-host the ACM Awards together for a second time at the upcoming 52nd Annual ACM Awards on April 2, according to a commercial that ran during the Sunday (Feb. 12) evening Grammy Awards ceremony on CBS. The show will mark Bryan’s fifth time hosting the awards ceremony, and the second for Bentley, who filled the spot left following Blake Shelton’s departure as show host.

This year’s nominees will be announced by Lady Antebellum during a special segment on “CBS This Morning” on Feb. 16. The awards will air live for the first time this year from the T-Mobile Arena, which opened on the Vegas strip in April.

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