The fabulous performances at the 2016 CMA Awards continued with Florida Georgia Line, who were joined by Tim McGraw to perform their current hit "May We All."

Setting the stage with a dark scene complete with a black background and smoke pouring through the air, the guys rocked out with McGraw, who walked out to join the guys halfway through the track. With all three delivering a strong vocal performance, Tyler Hubbard played guitar while Brian Kelley bounced around the stage singing the chart-topper.

While a fun performance for all, it was clear McGraw was loving life as he high-fived and made his way down the line of fans standing in the pit in front of the stage and along the sides before coming back to rock out and sing with the FGL guys, with the crowd cheering in approval.

"May We All" is the duo's second single from their third studio album Dig Your Roots, which claimed the No. 1 spot on Billboard's Top Country Albums Chart.

FGL were up for Vocal Duo of the Year, which was awarded to Brothers Osborne. Lori McKenna, who penned McGraw's hit "Humble and Kind," took home the prize for Song of the Year.

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