Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood Debut 'The Fighter' on the GRAMMYs

Brunilde Fioravanti
Febbraio 13, 2017

Both country singers wore the similar red dress when they hit the red carpet for the Grammy Awards. This year he's nominated for two awards: best country solo performance and best country album.

Country singers Faith Hill and Carrie Underwood matched in red at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.

Keith Urban left and Carrie Underwood perform
Carrie Underwood's Blank Space

The Nashville stars first performed "The Fighter" live onstage in Wellington, New Zealand, in December, during a stop on Urban's Ripcord World Tour. Urban wrote the song with Underwood specifically in mind: "I thought I really would love to write a duet that isn't the traditional guy and girl singing together, but the girl maybe asking a question and the guy answering her", Urban previously told Sounds Like Nashville. The ballad, written by Clint Lagerberg, Hillary Lindsey and Steven Lee Olsen, was also up for Best Country Song.

In a cube of flashing neon, mirrors and laser lights, Keith, dressed in all black, kicked off the song that serves as the fifth single from his current album, "Ripcord", with a ripping guitar riff.

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