Luke Bryan admits Jason Derulo is a better dancer than he is, but the hip-hop star had to take it one step further. The "Want to Want Me" singer busted on Bryan's moves ... or should we say 'move.'

The two are set to perform Derulo's hit, plus Bryan's "Strip It Down" at the 2017 CMT Music Awards on Wednesday night (June 7). The collaboration is an encore of their Crossroads episode, from which Derulo's "Want to Want Me" is nominated for a CMT Music Award. As for what to expect?

"You can expect me to show him some dance moves," Bryan jokes during rehearsals, which makes both artists crack up.

"His dance moves, are very him. Nobody does Luke’s dance moves like Luke," Derulo adds.

"It’s kind of like McDonald’s fry," the country singer jokes. "Just stick with it, right? And don’t change the way you fry the McDonald’s fry. So I got my one little move."

That one little move has become famous in country music. In fact, that hip swivel he does has sold more than a few concert tickets! Check out some photos of Derulo and Bryan backstage during rehearsals:

Other dance-friendly performances at the 2017 CMT Awards include Thomas Rhett's "Craving You" and Brett Eldredge's "Something I'm Good At." Other performers on the lineup are Miranda Lambert, Brothers Osborne and Florida Georgia Line. Expect a number of cross-genre collaborations, including an all-star tribute to late rocker Gregg Allman.

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