Carrie Underwood, Jason Aldean, Kane Brown & More to Perform at 2021 American Music Awards

by Jonathan Howard

This year at the 2021 American Music Awards, there will be so many great performances. The setlist features Carrie Underwood and Jason Aldean. There are a number of great country music artists that will grace the stage during the show.

Well, the Country Music Awards are behind us, but awards season marches on. With the AMAs coming up, the performers for the night have been announced. Every year this is one of the best events and this year should be no different. A celebration of all the music that makes America great. Rookie host, Cardi B is set to guide viewers through the show.

Now, if you have Carrie Underwood and Jason Aldean, you have to have them perform their recent No.1 hit If I Didn’t Love You. The song climbed the charts and back in October hit the top of them. Fans can also look forward to a performance from Kane Brown.

Underwood is a 15-time AMA winner and is up for more awards this year. Aldean is also a 2021 nominee hoping to land an award. Meanwhile, Brown is set to perform from Tennessee State University, an HBCU, as well as look into his upbringing from Tennessee to Georgia. The five-time AMA winner will perform One Mississippi at TSU.

To go along with the list of country artists performing, there are a number of pop sensations new and old that will take the stage. New Edition and New Kids on the Block will share the stage for the first time ever in a Battle of Boston type performance. Get those frosted tips ready. There will also be performances from BTS with Megan Thee STallion as well as Olivia Rodrigo and Bad Bunny.

It should be a great night of performances and awards.

Carrie Underwood Rolls Her Eyes, Goes Viral

While at the CMAs, Carrie Underwood and the rest of the crowd had to listen to Luke Bryan crack a few jokes. With the Aaron Rodgers vaccine, immunization…whatever situation going on, Bryan thought he would make a topical wisecrack. Keep up with current events, all great comedians do.

However, Underwood was not impressed with his joke. Bryan said, “We’re following all the health protocols to keep everyone safe and it’s so great to be here with all my fellow artists, tested and together…Or Immunized? Who is it? Just playin’!”

As the joke got some reactions from the audience in person and at home, Carrie Underwood found herself on camera. She gave a bit of an eye roll and side-eye. Underwood’s husband, Mike Fisher made comments in support of Rodgers, so the camera found its way over. Now we have a great new reaction image to use on social media.