Carrie Underwood & Brad Paisley Promote The CMA Awards, Laugh on ‘Late Night With Seth Meyers,’ Access Hollywood (VIDEO)

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Country superstars and CMA Awards cohosts Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley continued their CMA Awards promotional tour yesterday with funny appearances on Late Night With Seth Meyers and Access Hollywood, and you can check out the video here!

On Late Night With Seth Meyers, Carrie & Brad talked about the country stars who are most likely to laugh when they get made fun of at the CMA Awards and also, the gift of celebrity Barbies:

Then they talked about the Carrie hologram featured in Brad’s concert, how that has gotten Carrie into some trouble in the past, plus an hilarious misunderstanding during discussion of Brad’s habit of giving a guitar to a kid at each of his concerts. That conversation leads to a pretty amusing discussion about the similar artwork for Carrie and Brad’s current singles.

Brad & Carrie also stopped by Access Hollywood, where Brad ribbed Carrie about her costume changes, Carrie offered to adorn Brad’s signature white cowboy hat with Swarovski crystals, Brad revealed his biggest pet peeve about Carrie as cohost, and they talked about their complementary roles as CMA cohosts:

The 48th Annual CMA Awards air Wednesday, November 5th on ABC, starting at 8 PM Eastern featuring performances by Jason Aldean, The Band Perry, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, , Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert (with “All About That Bass” singer/songwriter Meghan Trainor, Little Big Town (with pop siren Ariana Grande, Tim McGraw, Kacey Musgraves, Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton, George Strait, Carrie Underwood, and Keith Urban. You can check out the cute ads for the show here. We’ll be live-blogging/live-snarking, so please join us then, won’t you?

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