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Kelly Clarkson Performing, Competing on Sunday Night's Academy of Country Music Awards 

KellyClarkson.comKelly Clarkson has gone on record as saying she enjoys attending country music awards shows more than pop awards shows, so she'll have a great time this Sunday night as she performs -- and competes -- on this year's Academy of Country Music Awards.

Kelly is nominated in the category of Vocal Event of the Year for "Don't Rush," her duet with country music icon Vince Gill that appears on her Greatest Hits: Chapter 1 album. The two will team up to perform the song on the telecast, which airs live from Las Vegas on CBS  at 8 p.m. ET.  Last year, she won two ACM Awards for "Don't You Wanna Stay," her duet with Jason Aldean.

Kelly is far from the only pop performer on Sunday night's show, though.  Performers and presenters also include John Mayer, Jewel, Stevie Wonder and Sheryl Crow, as well as TV and sports stars. 

In addition, you'll also see Taylor Swift, American Idol judge Keith Urban, American Idol season 10 champ Scotty McCreery, Lady Antebellum, The Band Perry and Voice coach Blake Shelton, who's co-hosting the telecast.

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