Lambert, Urban visit GMA next week
Thursday, October 30, 2014
– Miranda Lambert and Keith Urban appear on ABC News' "Good Morning America" Wednesday, Nov. 5 ina prelude to the 48th Country Music Association Awards that night.
Urban will perform live and then fans can tune in that same night for Lambert and Urban's performances at the CMAs.
Urban is performing live and Lambert is stopping by the Nashville GMA stage joining chief meteorologist Ginger Zee and GMA contributor and former football star Tim Tebow, who will be reporting live from Nashville. In addition to hosting duties on the CMA Awards Red Carpet, Tebow, an ESPN and SEC Network Analyst, will be presenting an award.
"What a great way to kick start the biggest night of the year for country music, by having two of our top nominees jump-start the day on 'Good Morning America,'" said Sarah Trahern, CMA Chief Executive Officer.
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