Carrie Underwood Wins Big at CMT Music Awards
Carrie Underwood Wins Big at CMT Music Awards
Carrie Underwood took home two awards at this year's CMT Music Awards, which were held in Nashville earlier.

The American Idol winner took home the Video of the Year award for her single "Cowboy Casanova," which was determined via popular vote. She also took home the CMT Performance of the Year award for her performance of "Temporary Home" on the network.

Surprisingly, however, Carrie didn't win the Female Video of the Year award: that went to Miranda Lambert for "White Liar."

Recent critical darlings Lady Antebellum won Group Video of the Year for "Need You Now," while Brooks & Dunn -- who are ending their partnership later this year -- won the Duo Video of the Year award for "Indian Summer."

The ceremonies, which were hosted by Kid Rock, featured performances from Toby Keith, Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, and a collaboration between Zac Brown Band and John Mayer. Hank Williams Jr. made a surprise appearance, as well as the Jersey Shore cast, and Saturday Night Live's Kenan Thompson, who spoofed Reba McIntyre before the real Reba came on

The full list of winners are below:

Video of the Year: Carrie Underwood, "Cowboy Casanova"
Male Video of the Year: Keith Urban, "'Til Summer Comes Around"
Female Video of the Year: Miranda Lambert, "White Liar"
Duo Video of the Year: Brooks & Dunn, "Indian Summer"
Group Video of the Year: Lady Antebellum, "Need You Now"
Collaborative Video of the Year: Blake Shelton featuring Trace Adkins, "Hillbilly Bone"
CMT Performance of the Year: Carrie Underwood, "Temporary Home" (from Invitation Only)
USA Weekend Breakthrough Video of the Year: Luke Bryan, "Do I"
Video Director of the Year: Shaun Silva

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