Kelly Clarkson will make her debut at the Country Music Association Awards when she performs a duet with the singer Jason Aldean at the ceremony on November 10th 2010. The 28-year-old will sing the track 'Don't You Want to Stay', from Aldean's new record 'My Kinda Party', reports Entertainment Weekly.
Clarkson and Aldean are the latest additions to an already impressive line-up of performers. Taylor Swift, Lady Antebellum, Sheryl Crow, Blake Shelton, and Keith Urban are among the guests confirmed to play live at the event, and the actress Gwyneth Paltrow is set to make her 'live country music singing debut', performing the title track from her forthcoming movie 'Country Song'. Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will once again host the inaugural bash.
The CMA Awards is often regarded as the biggest night on the country music calendar, and the nominees were announced back in August 2010. Miranda Lambert gained nominations in five categories including, 'Single of the Year', and 'Music Video of the Year', and the legendary duo BROOKS & DUNN earned a nomination for 'Vocal Duo of the Year'.