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Starting at 5PM CT, Taste of Country News and That’s What She Said host Ania Hammar will be in front of the camera interviewing stars, newcomers, celebrities and whoever looks good walking down the red carpet. Wednesday night’s (Nov. 14) CMA Awards is packed full of solo and all-star performances from country music singer’s wearing high class duds, and we wanna talk about it! This marks the fourth straight year Taste of Country has livestreamed from the CMAs red carpet, and in the past faces like Garth Brooks, Kane Brown, Scotty McCreery, Brantley Gilbert, Cassadee Pope, Lindsay Ell and Charlie Daniels have showed up. Reality stars, rockers and actors pop up occasionally — one year we even talked to the gold medal-winning USA gymnastics team. Taste of Country’s CMA Awards red carpet stream is live via YouTube and is interactive, which means you’ll be able to comment in realtime and ask questions, too. A live look at who’s arriving and moments with Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood are also promised this year. The two co-hosts don’t walk the red carpet, but took time to talk to Taste of Country about hosting and about the 2018 CMA Awards monologue. Bookmark this page so you don’t have to search around for the best 2018 CMA Awards red carpet livestream. You can also subscribe to the Taste of Country YouTube page to get notified. If you’re a cord cutter, the easiest way to see the CMAs is via Hulu Live ($39.99/month) or Sling TV Orange ($20/month). Playstation Vue offers a few service tiers. It’s entry level package , which is $44.99/month, includes ABC. YouTube TV (not to be confused with regular YouTube or YouTube Premium) offers a variety of network channels including ABC for $40/month. If you’re really keen to watch, you could always sign up for a free trial on the day. All of the streaming services mentioned offer free trials — just remember to cancel it before it ends if you don’t want to continue the service. Between classic cable and satellite services and all these streaming options, you won’t miss a moment of the banter between Paisley and Underwood, a single acceptance speech, the amazing outfits, or Kacey Musgraves or Bebe Rexha’s live performances. Now, the only thing you’ll have to worry about is why, out of five spots, there are no women nominated for Entertainer of the Year.Fans will be able to enjoy Country Music’s Biggest Night before the 2018 CMA Awards even begin. On Wednesday night (Nov. 14), beginning at 6PM ET, Taste of Country will be streaming live from the ceremony’s red carpet. Starting at 5PM CT, Taste of Country News and That’s What She Said host Ania Hammar will be in front of the camera interviewing stars, newcomers, celebrities and whoever looks good walking down the red carpet. Wednesday night’s (Nov. 14) CMA Awards is packed full of solo and all-star performances from country music singer’s wearing high class duds, and we wanna talk about it! This marks the fourth straight year Taste of Country has livestreamed from the CMAs red carpet, and in the past faces like Garth Brooks, Kane Brown, Scotty McCreery, Brantley Gilbert, Cassadee Pope, Lindsay Ell and Charlie Daniels have showed up. Reality stars, rockers and actors pop up occasionally — one year we even talked to the gold medal-winning USA gymnastics team. A live look at who’s arriving and moments with Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood are also promised this year. The two co-hosts don’t walk the red carpet, but took time to talk to Taste of Country about hosting and about the 2018 CMA Awards monologue. The 52nd annual ceremony — which marks Paisley and Underwood’s 11th consecutive year as cohosts — are set to feature a star-studded lineup of performers, presenters and attendees. Read on for everything you need to know before the big night! What Time Does It Air? The CMA Awards kick off on ABC at 8 p.m. ET with a performance from Luke Bryan and surprise guests. Who Are the Presenters? The celebrities who have been tapped to hand out the awards include Bobby Bones, Lionel Richie, Martina McBride, Olivia Culpo, Dennis Quaid, Trisha Yearwood, Kane Brown, Lady Antebellum and Little Big Town. Who Are the Performers? Chris Stapleton, Maren Morris and Mavis Staples are one of the trios set to collaborate on stage, in addition to Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley. Florida Georgia Line and Bebe Rexha will team up for their massive hit “Meant to Be.” Other performers include Lauren Alaina, Jason Aldean, Kelsea Ballerini, Garth Brooks, Kenny Chesney, Kacey Musgraves and Thomas Rhett. Hosts Paisley and Underwood, who is expecting her second child with husband Mike Fisher, will also take the stage. Who Are the Nominees? Stapleton leads this year with five nominations, including Entertainer of the Year and Album of the Year for From a Room: Volume 2. Dierks Bentley, Dan + Shay, Florida Georgia Line, Chris Janson, Keith Urban, Midland, Lambert, Aldean and Rhett follow close behind with three nods each. Who’s Predicted to Win While country favorites like Musgraves are nominated for Album of the Year and Lauren Alaina for New Artist, there is a lack of female representation in the male-dominated Entertainer of the Year category. Despite this, oddsmakers at have pegged the following country artists as the night’s likely winners: Luke Bryan was predicted as the likely contender to win Entertainer of the Year Chris Stapleton for Album of the Year, Single of the Year, Song of the Year and Male Vocalist of the Year Kacey Musgraves for Female Vocalist of the Year Dan + Shay as Vocal Duo of the Year Little Big Town for Vocal Group of the Year Luke Combs as New Artist of the Year Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line as the Musical Event of the Year for their song “Meant to Be” Sugarland and Taylor Swift for Music Video of the Year for their song “Babe”