Old friends will reunite at the 2017 CMT Music Awards when Luke Bryan and Jason Derulo take the stage together for a collaboration.

This is just one of many times the two have united on stage. Bryan and Derulo performed with Florida Georgia Line during the 2014 CMT Awards, collaborating on Bryan and the duo's hit "This Is How We Roll" before diving into Derulo's own popular track "Talk Dirty," with the pop star teaching the country boys his dance moves. The "Play it Again" singer met up with the pop/R&B star again for an episode of CMT Crossroads in 2016, performing a variety of each other's hits including Bryan's "That's My Kind of Night,"  "Country Girl (Shake It for Me)" and more, in addition to Derulo's signature numbers "Want to Want Me" and "Trumpets."

But Bryan and Derulo are one of many dynamic pairings set to take the stage together on Wednesday night (June 7). Florida Georgia Line will continue to blend genres when they perform "Last Day Alive" with duet partners the Chainsmokers, while Lady Antebellum will also add an eclectic flavor to the show with a performance with Earth, Wind & Fire. Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood are sure to dazzle as always when they unite to sing their current hit "The Fighter."

Other performers slated to take the stage at the 2017 CMT Music Awards include Thomas RhettBlake SheltonBrett Eldredge and Miranda Lambert. In addition to the superstar performances, the CMT Awards will also include an all-star tribute to the late Gregg Allman, with Jason Aldean, Darius RuckerCharles Kelley and more all coming together to honor the legendary star who passed away on May 27.

The awards show airs live from Nashville's Music City Center on Wednesday at 8PM ET.

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