Underwood joins Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton and Keith Urban, who are all performing during Wednesday's awards show

By Naja Rayne
Updated June 06, 2016 09:30 AM
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A little bit (more) country!

Carrie Underwood has been added to the lineup of performers at Wednesday’s CMT Music Awards, PEOPLE announces exclusively.

Underwood, 33 – “who hold the record for most ‘Video of the Year’ wins” – will perform the fan-favorite “Church Bells.”

The country singer managed to snag three more nominations this year, including another nod for Video of the Year, one nom for Female Video of the Year and a third for CMT Performance of the Year.

Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton and Keith Urban are also slated to perform.

Among the appearances at the event, which is expected to be star-studded, will be Erin Andrews and JJ Watt. The pair will co-host the awards – the second consecutive year for Andrews and the first for the NFL star.

“I’m thrilled to come back to Nashville to co-host the CMT Music Awards,” Andrews said in a statement. “I had so much fun last year, and I can’t wait to see what antics JJ and I will get into together. Plus, there’s nothing better than seeing my favorite country artists get recognized for their great work.”

Fan voting continues until June 6 at 12:01 a.m. ET. The 2016 CMT Awards will air live June 8 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.