Lady Antebellum and Miranda Lambert dominated this year's Academy of Country Music Awards, scoring three each.
Lambert was named Top Female Vocalist, and her album Revolution
was named Album of the Year, in ceremonies earlier in Las Vegas. The music video for her song "White Liar" was also named Video of the Year in a surprise announcement before the main ceremonies.
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Lady Antebellum's hit "Need You Now" won two awards: Song of the Year and Single Record of the Year. They were also named this year's Top Vocal Group.
Carrie Underwood went home with two awards. She was named Entertainer of the Year for the second year in the row, after getting the most text votes from viewers. She was also given the Triple Crown Award for winning Top New Female Vocalist, Top Female Vocalist and Album of the Year in previous years.
Brooks & Dunn were named Top Vocal Duo, after staging their final performance as a duo at the ACM Awards.
This year's ceremonies, hosted by Reba McIntyre, also featured performances from Taylor Swift, Keith Urban, Darius Rucker and Rascal Flatts.
The complete list of winners is right below:
Entertainer of the Year:
Carrie UnderwoodTop Male Vocalist:
Brad PaisleyTop Female Vocalist:
Miranda LambertTop Vocal Duo:
Brooks & DunnTop Vocal Group:
Lady AntebellumAlbum of the Year: Revolution
by Miranda LambertSong of the Year:
"Need You Now" by Lady AntebellumSingle Record of the Year:
"Need You Now" by Lady AntebellumTop New Artist:
Luke BryanTop New Solo Vocalist:
Luke BryanTop New Vocal Duo:
Joey + RoryTop New Vocal Group:
GlorianaVideo of the Year:
"White Liar" by Miranda LambertVocal Event of the Year:
"Hillbilly Bone" by Blake Shelton featuring Trace Adkins(Image courtesy of CBS)