Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley have given their humorous take on what's going on in the world for the past nine years as hosts of the CMA Awards, and it sounds like their upcoming tenth time is going to be no different.
Brad, who's been co-hosting the country music award show with Carrie since 2008, spoke out about teaming up with his fellow country star to host the show once again in a new interview and hinted that they won't be letting up on the jokes despite there being so much uncertainty and unrest in the world right now.
Speaking of his comedy special, Brad Paisley's Comedy Rodeo, with Billboard, Paisley teased that he and Underwood will continue to poke fun at current events later this year – which will likely include some jabs at Donald Trump when the show airs on ABC this coming November.
"Nobody wants to hear us do our monologue on the CMAs and start crying," he explained of why the two keep things light-hearted when they open the show with their almost legendary monologue, which often means they court controversy with their jokes and – sometimes political – subject matter.
"That's the moment for making fun of what's going on," he continued, hinting that he and Carrie will continue on with the tradition this year. "That's honestly so important in our society, and in the world."