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Garth Brooks Shares Hilarious 'Bloopers' With Dolly Parton Ahead Of ACMs

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Garth Brooks and Dolly Parton are gearing up to host the 58th annual ACM Awards on Thursday evening (May 11), and Brooks promised “a wild ride” when he shared a hilarious blooper reel on Instagram.

“If these bloopers are any indication of what’s to come at the [ACM Awards] tomorrow night…you’re in for a wild ride!” Brooks wrote in his caption on Wednesday (May 10). The “Friends In Low Places” icon laughs in the video as he and Parton team up to promote the awards show, hailed as “Country Music’s Party of the Year.”

The Academy of Country Music revealed in March that the two global superstars would host the star-studded show. Parton is also set to take the stage to perform “World on Fire,” the lead single of her highly-anticipated rock album, Rockstar.

Other performers include Carly Pearce, Trisha Yearwood, Cole Swindell, Jo Dee Messina — returning to the ACM Awards stage for the first time in more than two decades — Ashley McBryde, Brandy Clark, Caylee HammackPillbox PattiJohn Osborne, Jason AldeanMiranda LambertLuke CombsLainey WilsonKane BrownCody Johnson, Keith UrbanThe War and Treaty, and first-time ACM Awards performers Jelly Roll and Bailey Zimmerman. Ed Sheeran is also set to take the ACM Awards stage for the first time. Though Morgan Wallen was initially included in the ACM Awards lineup, he announced in a video on his social media channels that that he would be unable to perform as he takes six weeks of vocal rest. Aldean joined the ACM Lifting Lives LIVE lineup after Wallen, who was originally the headliner of the show, had to drop out.

Presenters include Pearce, Clark, Yearwood, Gabby BarrettBRELANDMickey GuytonDustin LynchTJ OsborneJon PardiTanya TuckerKeith Urban, Jordan DavisTyler HubbardMacKenzie Porter, Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Dak Prescott, and Cowboys legend Emmitt Smith.

See the full list of nominees here. The 58th ACM Awards will take place at Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas. It’s set for Thursday, May 11 at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT/5 p.m. PT.