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Toby Keith to perform at the American Country Awards

Country Superstar Toby Keith will make his broadcast performance debut of the song "Red Solo Cup" at the American Country Awards.

The second annual American Country Awards is the only country music awards show that gives the fans the opportunity to vote for their favorite artists not only in traditional categories but in areas such as touring. It will be hosted by Trace Adkins and Kristin Chenoweth.

Adkins and Chenoweth, along with country music's Alabama, Scotty McCreery, Blake Shelton, Pistol Annies, Thompson Square, Eli Young Band and The Band Perry are set to perform. The special will also include appearances by Lauren Alaina, Miranda Lambert, Josh Turner, Jordin Sparks, The Big Show, The JaneDear Girls, Bill Engvall, Larry Mahan, Rodney Carrington and the men of "Pawn Stars" (Richard Harrison, Rick Harrison, Corey Harrison and Austin Russell).

The American Country Awards will air on FOX19 on Monday, December 5 from 8 p.m. until 10 p.m. (ET). It will be airing live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

Toby Keith's song "Red Solo Cup" will also be featured on a brand new episode of Glee airing on Tuesday, December 6 from 8 p.m. until 9 p.m. (ET) on FOX19.

Fans can still vote for their favorite nominees until December 2 by going to their website.

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