By Radio.com Staff

It’s official, Luke Bryan has a new co-host.

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Dierks Bentley will join Bryan as co-host of this years ACMs Awards.

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Bryan confirmed the news with a tweet welcoming Bentley on board, “Excited to let y’all know that my buddy @DierksBentley will be co-hosting the 51st @ACMawards with me.”

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The pair also shared a humorous video of how the two connected which you can check out below.

Bryan had hosted with Blake Shelton for the previous two years, including the last ceremony held at AT&T Stadium.

The ACM Awards will air on CBS Sunday April 3rd at 8pm.

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