Underwood wins two CMT awards
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
– Carrie Underwood won two CMT Music Awards Wednesday for video of the year for Cowboy Casanova and CMT Performance of the Year for Temporary Home
"Awesome fans, awesome, awesome, amazing, awesome,
said Underwood during her remarks for winning the video award.
"Til Summer Comes Around earned Keith Urban Male Video of the Year, while Miranda Lamber took the Female Video honor for White Liar. Thank you to the fans. Let's hope my next wedding doesn't end up like that video, Lambert joked.
Lady Antebellum scored with the Group Video of the Year award for Need You Now.", while Brooks & Dunn carted home the Dueo Video of the Year award for Indian Summer."
Collaborative Video of the Year went to Blake Shelton and Trace Adkins for Hillbilly Bone.
Luke Bryan won the USA Weekend Breathrough Video of the Year for Do I.
Director Shaun Silva earned the Director of the Year honor. He was the director behind videos for Indian Summer, Out Last Night, Rain Is a Good Thing, Here Comes Goodbye, Summer Nights, Living for the Night, Nightswimming/Joey, Keep You, I'm Alive and Do I.
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