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KANE BROWN TO CO-HOST CMT MUSIC AWARDS
2/23/23

Kane Brown is set to return as co-host of the CMT Music Awards this year alongside Kelsea Ballerini. This will be the fourth consecutive year that Brown has co-hosted the show and third year co-hosting with Ballerini.

The CMT Music Awards air live from Austin, Texas’ Moody Center on 4/2 via CBS. During the show, Brown will also hit the stage with his wife, Katelyn, to perform their multi-week #1 Country hit, “Thank God,” for the first time on broadcast television. The track, which boasts 210m+ streams, is the second duet by a married couple to top the Country Airplay chart.

Brown’s hosting duties come five days before he makes his acting debut on the network’s top-rated new series, Fire Country, on 4/7.