Duck Dynasty Joining Hosts Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley for Song Parody at CMA Awards
Duck Dynasty takes over the CMA Awards! With the release of their new family Christmas album, it only makes sense that the stars of the A&E reality show should make an appearance at the Country Music Association Awards on Wednesday, Nov. 6. Brad Paisley posted a photo of himself and co-host Carrie Underwood posing backstage with cast members of the quirky hit show.
"Look who's gracing us with their presence tonight," the 41-year-old singer captioned the shot. "So psyched. @DuckDynastyAE." Underwood, 30, also retweeted the same photo with the caption: "What are @BradPaisley & @carrieunderwood doing with @DuckDynastyAE? Tune into #CMAawards to find out?"
In the photo, the co-hosts pose between Jase Robertson and his wife Missy and Willie Robertson and his wife Korie. The group weren't all glammed up for the show just yet, but brothers Jase and Willie were rocking their famous long beards.
What will the Duck Dynasty cast be doing during the show? A source tells Us Weekly they will be participating in a musical parody sketch with Paisley and Underwood during the opening monologue. "It's a spoof of a very popular song from this year," the insider tell Us. "And there will be dancing!"
Last week, Duck Dynasty released their Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas album which features the stars singing traditional Christmas carols. "We're not aspiring to be country music stars," Willie explained in an interview about the album via Reuters. "But we are very proud of the album."
The CMA Awards airs live Wednesday, Nov. 6 on ABC at 8:00 p.m. EST.