Reba McEntire performed double duty at the 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards gala in Las Vegas Sunday night (April 15).

The country icon not only hosted the event, but she performed, as well. And she performed with Kelly Clarkson. Wearing the same revealing red dress she wore at the 1993 CMAs, McEntire sang her hit from the same year, "Does He Love You," with her daughter-in-law, duet-style.

Clarkson and McEntire have a close relationship, and the country star recently spoke to People about how excited she was to share the stage with her daughter-in-law.

"We have performed together many, many times,” she said. “I’d love to [tour together] anytime she wants to do that again, so getting back on stage with her is going to be a blast because she sings her butt off and she’s cute as a button."

Watch a clip of the performance below.

Another notable set from the night's festivities came from Carrie Underwood, who performed for the first time since suffering a massive fall that resulted in receiving 40 facial stitches. The 35-year-old sang her new single, "Cry Pretty," which was inspired by the accident. She also went home with the award for Vocal Event of the Year, which she shared with Keith Urban for their duet "The Fighter."

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