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Sugarland Hint At Epic Comeback While Presenting CMA Award
At last night's (November 8) 51st annual Country Music Association Awards, Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush reunited to present the award they themselves have won five times, Vocal Duo of the Year.
Prior to the presentation of the award to winners Brothers Osborne, the two joked about their experience with the particular award, causing a buzz amongst viewers nationwide.
Nettles introduced Bush with, “Well funny seeing you here," to which he replied, “It feels like we've been here before, right? Nettles chuckled, “That's true. In fact, we're here to present the CMA Award we won together in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 … and well, who knows?"
— CMA Country Music (@CountryMusic)November 9, 2017
Immediately following their cameo on the awards show, Instagram saw the addition of another verified account.
The account has one post so far, an exciting and promising image with the two smiling at each other and one hashtag as the caption, #StillTheSame. If that isn't proof enough, we don't know what is.
The duo who is responsible for hits like “Stay," “Stuck Like Glue," and “Baby Girl" recorded five studio albums together, Twice the Speed of Life, Enjoy the Ride, Love on the Inside, Green and Gold, and The Incredible Machine.
The pair of singer-songwriters have been nominated for a total of seventeen CMA Awards before their 2012, five-year hiatus, from releasing new music as an act. Their 2005 single “Baby Girl" earned a nomination for the CMA Awards Song of the Year. Only three years later, their 2008 legendary hit “Stay" actually took home the award for Song of the Year.