Final 2019 CMA Awards nominations to be announced on Wednesday

FYI, the final nominees for The 53rd Annual CMA Awards are set to be revealed during Good Morning America tomorrow.

Fans can tune in Wednesday, Aug. 28, to hear select nominations announced live by Jimmie Allen and Ashley McBryde in the 8:00 AM hour (local time), followed by a performance of If I Know Me by Morgan Wallen.

After the GMA announcements, Wallen and Midland will visit Billboard to reveal the final nominees in the remaining CMA Awards categories. They will also announce the CMA Broadcast Awards finalists. You can watch those announcements during  a livestream starting at 10:00 AM/ET on Billboard’s Twitter and YouTube, as well as CMA’s Twitter and YouTube.

And just in case you hadn’t already heard, this year Brad Paisley won’t be hosting the CMA Awards with Carrie Underwood. Instead, Carrie will be joined by Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire for what is sure to be a fun evening.

There’s no word on why Brad isn’t hosting this year, but, in case you’re wondering, he’s totally okay with it all.

You can catch the three amazing amigas hosting live from Bridgestone Arena in Nashville Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 8/7c on the ABC Television Network.

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