Brett Eldredge says he's skipping the CMA Awards for Game 7 of the World Series

Posted at 4:29 PM, Nov 02, 2016

The biggest night in country music may be taking on the biggest night in baseball tonight.

The 50th Annual CMA Awards will be paired up against Game 7 of the World Series as two teams in a World Series drought battle it out for a win. Baseball and country music fans will be faced with a decision of which event to watch as they are both set are being broadcast in primetime this evening.

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One person who isn't having too hard of a time making up his mind is country singer Brett Eldredge. The country singer is a die-hard Chicago Cubs fan who filmed his music video for his latest single "Wanna Be That Song" at Wrigley Field earlier this year.

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Eldredge posted on social media Wednesday afternoon that he will be at the game and also sang the "Go Cubs, Go" rally song. 

If you decide to watch the World Series instead of watching The 50th Annual CMA Awards on ABC at 8/7 CT, click here to follow all our online coverage from the red carpet to the final performance.