Actress Brittany Snow and sports broadcaster Erin Andrews will team up to host this year's CMT Music Awards.
Broadcaster Erin Andrews and actress Brittany Snow have been tapped to co-host the 2015 CMT Music Awards.
Andrews, known for her work as a popular television sports broadcaster, previously presented an award at the 2011 CMA Awards and was one of the celebrities chosen to help announce last year's ACM Awards nominees. "Being a huge fan of country music, the CMT Music Awards are one of my favorite events of the season," Andrews said in an official statement, according to Rolling Stone Country.
29-year-old Snow is the star of the current box office hit, Pitch Perfect 2 and has acted in a long list of popular films and television shows in recent years.
"I'm thrilled to join Erin in hosting what's sure to be one of the most memorable musical nights of the year," Snow said.
Carrie Underwood leads the pack with five nominations under her belt, with Kenny Chesney and Lady Antebellum trailing close behind with four nominations each. All three acts will be performing during the ceremony, along with Luke Bryan, Keith Urban and many more.
The 2015 CMT Music Awards will be broadcast live from Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on June 10.