Perhaps one of the most unlikely (but satisfying) musical collaborations ever has sprung from the upcoming Elvis All-Star Tribute airing on Sunday (Feb. 17). Keith Urban and Post Malone are performing "Baby, What You Want Me To Do" for the show—and, based on a clip Urban shared, their very different musical styles sound amazing together.

Urban and Malone's collaboration is far from the only satisfying moment music fans will enjoy during the broadcast. The two-hour program, which pays tribute to Presley's classic 1968 Comeback Special, is full of treats: It will be hosted by none other than Blake Shelton, spotlight legendary performances with unique collaborations, and feature rare footage of Presley along with interviews with his family and collaborators.

Even Presley's daughter, Lisa Marie, will be making a rare appearance during the show; along with videos of a previously unaired interview with Priscilla Presley and Steve Binder, who directed the original special.

The special is not only for television, but will also be released via an album which you can pre-order now. The classic "If I Can Dream" as heard in Presley's original comeback special will feature his vocals alongside Malone, Shawn Mendes, Darius Rucker, Shelton and Carrie Underwood. Also, besides the new covers reimagined by the artists, the album will also feature 15 remastered performances from Presley himself. The show airs from 9-11 PM ET on NBC.

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