Carrie Underwood has won the top prize at this year’s CMT Music Awards.
It marks the fifth time Underwood has lifted the video of the year award – voted for by the public – taking top honors for her track See You Again.
“I’ve been doing this for nine years but every second of those nine years you guys have been amazing,” she said.
Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line both won two awards, including a joint award for collaboration of the year.
They won for their collaborative video This Is How We Roll.
Luke Bryan won performance of the year with Lionel Richie, for their CMT Crossroads version of Richie’s 1983 hit All Night Long.
Blake Shelton, a judge on the The Voice, won best male video for Doin’ What She Likes, while Cassadee Pope – whom he mentored to triumph in the third series – won breakthrough video of the year.
“I honestly am shocked to be standing here holding this,” said Luke Bryan, on receiving his award.
“I’m freaking out because Cassadee won, I’m so excited for her, so y’all have made this already an unbelievable night for me.”
Blake Shelton’s wife, Miranda Lambert, won female video of the year for the fifth time in a row, with Automatic.
Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood closed out the show, at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, with their duet Something Bad.
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