Blake Shelton will be performing at Sunday night’s (4/18) ACM Awards in Nashville, where he and his fiancé Gwen Stefani are nominated for Musical Event for “Nobody But You.”
Yesterday (4/15), before it was announced that the winner of the musical event category was Carly Pearce and Lee Brice for “I Hope You’re Happy Now,” Blake talked about getting that ACM nomination with his wife to be and how special it was.
Shelton said in an Orlando press conference for his new club opening Ole Red, “I can’t believe that I get to be nominated for award with my best friend, it was just one of those moments where it’s like how do you get so blessed and so lucky. It’s unbelievable.”
Blake then joked, “I don’t know what are chances are to win that thing but if we don’t win we’ll know it’s rigged.”
Shelton will be performing his song “Austin,” which is 20 years old this week, as well as his current single “Minimum Wage” on the ACMs which will air live at 8PM ET on CBS on Sunday (4/18).