Carrie Underwood brought home the top honor at the 2020 CMT Music Awards, winning video of the year for her melody, “Drinking Alone.”
“Wow fans you guys never cease to amaze me at how hard you work,” she said while showing up distantly through video talk Wednesday night.
“This one is really all about you guys, especially because we again haven’t been together,” she added, referencing the coronavirus pandemic. “Thank you so much!
Keith Urban and first-time candidate and nation symbol, Tanya Tucker, who got her first-historically speaking Grammy Awards this year, were additionally finalists for the honor.
Underwood, who previously had the most CMT Music Awards of any craftsman, additionally won right on time for female video of the year for “Drinking Alone.” “I don’t deserve you,” the 37-year-old said while expressing gratitude toward her fans.
Preceding that, to commence the night, Brooks and Dunn and Luke Combs made that big appearance in Nashville to play out their tune, “1, 2 Many.”
During their exhibition, Combs, who was designated for three honors, paused for a minute to shotgun a drink.
Co-has Kane Brown, Ashley McBryde and “Modern Family” alum Sarah Hyland at that point seemed to examine what was in front of the fan-casted a ballot show, which was shot in different open air areas around Nashville, Tenn., including the previous home of Reba McEntire.
Dan + Shay brought home the main award of the night for pair of the year for their melody, “I Should Probably Go To Bed.”
Shay Mooney gave a yell out distantly to his little child, Asher, while tolerating the gesture. “He’s watching right now. So you do need to go to bed for sure right now,” he kidded.
In the interim, Luke Bryan won male video of the year for “One Margarita.”
Sam Hunt and Maren Morris additionally played out their hits “Hard To Forget” and “To Hell & Back,” separately. The show, which typically features cross-type coordinated efforts, additionally included exhibitions with Jimmie Allen and Noah Cyrus, just as, Kelsea Ballerini with Halsey.
The award show is ordinarily held in the mid year yet was deferred in view of the Covid pandemic. It included another class, isolate video of the year, that features blue grass specialists who got imaginative with music recordings and melodies during the pandemic. The social-just honor went to Granger Smith for his melody, “DON’T COUGH ON ME!”
Likewise new this year is the CMT equivalent play grant, which was introduced to vocalist, entertainer and extremist Jennifer Nettles, for her work pushing for ladies and variety in down home music.
“Thank you to all the fans and especially my artists, my sisters out there who continue to burn the holy fire,” said Nettles. “I am so proud to be a part of this legacy of women in country music with you. And I am so proud of the stories that we tell. We have more to do as soon as we can.”
Different victors Wednesday night included Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani, who brought home the gesture for shared video of the year for “Nobody But You” and advancement video of the year went to Gabby Barrett’s “I Hope.”
The show finished off with a presentation by Little Big Town.
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