Keith Urban has had a busy summer preparing for the 2020 ACM Awards, and his performance did not disappoint. The country star was virtually joined by Pink, on Wednesday, September 16, where they sang their new hit, 'One Too Many.'
The musical artists released the duet on streaming platforms earlier that day as a part of Urban's forthcoming album, The Speed of Now Part 1.
"I spend all my money drinking on my own, yeah / In this bar, just sat here staring at my phone / And I keep second guessing, where did I go wrong?" the entertainers sang from different locations. "I know I’m proud / But I’ve had one too many / Come take me home."
Of course, fans couldn't get enough of the new bop. One person wrote, "This Keith Urban and Pink song is sooo good!!" while another echoed, "This is the best! Listen to it on repeat, you will not be disappointed! Congrats to both @Pink and @KeithUrban on an amazing song and collaboration!" A third user added, "This is brilliant, @Pink @KeithUrban."
This is not the first time that Pink has collaborated with country music artists. In 2016, the pop star was featured on Kenny Chesney's track 'Setting the World on Fire.'
The mom of two also recorded 'Love Me Anyway' with Chris Stapleton for the Hurts 2B Human album, which was released last year, and she also released a folk album with Dallas Green titled Rose Ave in 2014.
For his part, Urban has been one of the most successful artists in country music — he launched his career in 1999 and has many hit tracks under his belt since then.
The 'Superman' crooner hosted the ACMs for the first time this year, and let's just say he killed it.
"I’ll tell you — this year already feels like the most creative and energized year of my life … and there’s so much more to come," the Australia native said in a statement in February after being named the 2020 host. "Incredibly grateful — and ready to roll!"