The news: Country superstar Miranda Lambert and breakout pop songstress Meghan Trainor combined their considerable talents and delivered a dazzling performance of Trainor's "All About That Bass" Wednesday at the Country Music Association Awards.
Ohh, we are all about that collab.
There was no trouble between the two singers, with Trainor pulling out all the stops with soulful voice and Lambert putting a country spin on the doo-wop hit. The two were in perfect harmony, working off each other's talents.
Although hosts Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley poked some fun at country-sweetheart-turned-pop-idol Taylor Swift, the show welcomed Trainor with open arms. She has also paid her country music dues —Trainor penned songs for Rascal Flatts after signing a songwriting deal with Big Yellow Dog Music when she was 18.
Lambert walked away from the awards show with four wins, including Album of the Year for her LP Platinum and Single of the Year for "Automatic." She's now collected 11 trophies, the most of any female artist in CMA Awards history.
And it sure looks like husband Blake Shelton was having a good time.
h/t E! News