The Country Music Association and ABC hold an annual awards ceremony to celebrate the genre of country music, and this year’s ceremony will be held at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Bryan returns after his first hosting role at the 2021 awards ceremony, and Manning will host for the first time. But it’s no stranger to being in front of the camera. He previously hosted ESPY in 2017, and currently shares commentary duties with his brother Eli on another “Manningcast” edition of ESPN’s Monday Night Football, and hosts “Peyton’s Places” for ESPN.
“It was an honor to be part of such a historic evening honoring my peers and country music,” Bryan said in a statement. “When I was asked if Peyton Manning was someone I would consider co-hosting, I had No hesitation. We’ve become good friends over the years and he brings something that would make it even more explosive. I know he’s been to CMA awards before, but he’s never been with me. Hey Payton, I hope You are ready for the night of your life!”
“I can’t wait to go to Nashville to be at the CMA Awards with my friend Luke Bryan,” Manning said. “I’m a huge fan of country music, so it’s an absolute honor to have the opportunity to be among so many talented artists.”
‘Abbott Elementary’ creator and star Quinta Brunson Announce On Twitter, that she joined the cast of the upcoming “Cars on the Road” Disney+ series, confirming that she will voice a new character featured in a recently released trailer for the show. “If you listen closely, Lightning and Mater’s new friends sound familiar,” Brunson fully clarified on Twitter: “What I’m trying to say is, I’m a Disney/Pixar car right now. My nephew is thrilled… …what a wonderful world.” The nine-part series continues to follow the characters from the beloved film series, Lightning McQueen and best friend Matt on a road trip across the United States and a series of new adventures. The original voice actors include Owen Wilson, Larry the Operator, Bonnie Hunter and Kiki Marin, who are reprising their roles from the film. Check out the full trailer for the show, which premieres on September 8, below.
Women Of Wrestling, the all-female wrestling organization owned by Los Angeles Lakers president Jeanie Buss, will premiere in the syndicate on September 17 through Paramount Global Content Distribution. This marks the largest distribution deal in women’s wrestling history to date. “WOW” has been cleared throughout the United States, including the following radio groups: CBS Owned and Operated Stations, Sinclair Communications, Nexstar Broadcasting, Hearst Television, Tegna Media, Weigel Broadcasting, Gray Media, and Cox Television. Internationally, the show is also licensed in Canada, Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore, with more countries to follow. Buss owns WOW, which was created by David McLane, creator of the original GLOW: Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. Professional wrestling star AJ Mendez serves as the show’s executive producer and color commentator.