Carrie Underwood took home the top prize for Video of the Year at the annual CMT Music Awards last night (04.06.14).
Carrie Underwood took home the top prize at the 2014 CMT Music Awards last night (04.06.14).
The blonde beauty won Video of the Year at the annual country music awards ceremony for her song, 'See You Again', coming ahead of fellow stars Tim McGraw and Taylor Swift.
'The Voice' USA coach had more reason to celebrate as Season 3 winner Cassadee Pope - whom he mentored to victory on the singing competition - also won an award for Breakthrough of the Year, which he presented.
Blake said: ''I honestly am shocked to be standing here holding this. 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.''
Country heartthrob Luke Bryan took home two awards including Collaborative Video of the Year for 'This is How We Roll', his collaboration with band Florida Georgia Line, and CMT Performance of the Year for his duet with Lionel Richie on Lionel's hit 1983 song 'All Night Long'.
The shocked star said: ''I won an award with Lionel Richie. That's all I gotta say.''
In addition to his wins, Luke joined Florida Georgia Line in a spoof video of the infamous elevator fight between Solange Knowles and her brother-in-law Jay Z.
CMT Music Awards 2014 winners:
Video of the Year: Carrie Underwood, 'See You Again'
Male Video of the Year: Blake Shelton, 'Doin' What She Likes'
Female Video of the Year: Miranda Lambert, 'Automatic'
Breakthrough Video of the Year: Cassadee Pope, 'Wasting All These Tears'
Group Video of the Year: The Band Perry, 'Done'
Duo Video of the Year: Florida Georgia Line, 'Round Here'
Collaborative Video of the Year: Florida Georgia Line feat. Luke Bryan, 'This is How We Roll'
CMT Performance of the Year: Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie, 'Oh No/All Night Long'
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