Sunday, June 10, 2012

Do You Know That 2012 CMT Music Awards Winners

2012 CMT Music Awards Winners
The biggest names in country music were out last night to celebrate the achievements of their peers at the 11th annual CMT Awards. Check out the winners.

And the Award Goes To...
It was a star-studded night in Nashville when the biggest names in country music came out for the Country Music Television Awards to celebrate each other, play some songs, and just have a good time. Thanks the fans who voted on their favorite music videos and live performances, a few of these famous artists got to walk away with some hardware. Without further ado, click ahead to see the winners.

Video of the Year: Carrie Underwood
Carrie Underwood's video for "Good Girl" took home the night's most prestigious award. The former American Idol winner has transitioned into a country music powerhouse, and this latest accolade is only the beginning. Watch "Good Girl" (aka CMT's Video of the Year).

Male Video of the Year: Luke Bryan
After striking out at last year's CMTs, Luke Bryan was thrilled to hear his name called for Best Male Video of the Year. Bryan's "I Don't Want This Night to End" beat out heavy-hitters like Jason Aldean, Keith Urban, Blake Shelton, and Toby Keith (who also played host for the night).

Female Video of the Year: Miranda Lambert
While her husband Blake Shelton walked away empty-handed, Miranda Lambert has a new trophy to put on the family mantle. Lambert's "Over You" earned the honor of Best Female Video of the Year, making this the third year in a row she's won the category.

Group Video of the Year: Lady Antebellum
Lady Antebellum was the clear favorite to win Group Video of the Year for their song "We Owned the Night," and their fans didn't let them down when it came to voting. The trio consisting of Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley, and Dave Haywood has been on a hot streak of late, also winning Top Country Artist at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards and Best Country Album at this year's Grammys.

Duo Video of the Year: Thompson Square
Husband and wife team Keifer and Shawna Thompson (aka Thompson Square) will have something to show their kids now that they've won the CMT Award for Best Duo Video for their song "I Got You."

Breakthrough Video of the Year: Scotty McCreery
Scotty McCreery won American Idol thanks to legions of fans consistently voting for him, and the trend continued at the CMTs. McCreery's "The Trouble with Girls" beat out other CMT winners Thompson Square and Miranda Lambert, who plays with Pistol Annies.

Collaborative Video of the Year: Brad Paisley & Carrie Underwood
It was a close battle against Kenny Chesney and Grace Potter's hit "You and Tequila," but Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood ended up victorious in the Collaborative Video category for their song "Remind Me." The award made Underwood the only artist to go home with multiple CMT trophies.

Performance of the Year: Jason Aldean
In the only category to honor live performances, it was Jason Aldean's rendition of "Tattoos on This Town" at the CMT Artist of the Year awards show that got the win.

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