Carrie Underwood Wins Big At 'CMT Music Awards'
June 11, 2015 at 6:41 AM (PT)
Last night's (6/10) "CMT MUSIC AWARDS" marked the post-baby return of CARRIE UNDERWOOD to the awards show circuit, and she celebrated by setting a new record for overall wins in show history, taking home three Belt Buckles. UNDERWOOD walked away with Video Of The Year for "Something In The Water" as well as Female Video Of The Year and Collaborative Video Of The Year for "Somethin' Bad" with MIRANDA LAMBERT. Male Video Of The Year went to LUKE BRYAN's "Play It Again," while Breakthrough Video Of The Year was awarded to SAM HUNT for "Leave The Night On." FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE's "Dirt" and LADY ANTEBELLUM's "Bartender" scored Duo Video Of The Year and Group Video Of The Year respectively, and the CMT Performance Of The Year was awarded to JASON ALDEAN and BOB SEGER for their performance of "Turn The Page" from their episode of "CMT Crossroads."
Hosted by ERIN ANDREWS and BRITTANY SNOW and broadcast live from BRIDGESTONE ARENA in NASHVILLE on CMT-TV and across more than 120 iHEARTMEDIA Country radio stations (NET NEWS 6/9), the show featured performances by UNDERWOOD, LUKE BRYAN, KENNY CHESNEY, ERIC CHURCH, JASON ALDEAN, REBA, JAKE OWEN, SAM HUNT, FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE, KEITH URBAN, DARIUS RUCKER, ZAC BROWN BAND, LADY ANTEBELLUM and many more. Stars from the sports, film, and television worlds also showed up to present awards and introduce performances alongside more of today's hottest Country acts. For more information or to find out when you can catch additional airings of the "CMT MUSIC AWARDS," visit www.CMT.com.