Carrie Underwood swept the board at the CMT Awards in Nashville, Tennessee last night (10.06.15), picking up three prizes for her videos.
Carrie Underwood picked up three gongs at the CMT Awards last night (10.06.15).
The 32-year-old singer swept the board at the country music ceremony, winning Video of the Year and Female Video of the Year for 'Something in the Water', which has racked up over 12 million views online since it was released last November.
The star - who showed off her post-baby body on the red carpet in a white mini dress, just three months after giving birth to her son Isaiah - won her third accolade in the Collaborative Video of the Year category, being celebrated for her track 'Somethin' Bad', which she recorded with Miranda Lambert.
During the evening, she also revealed her son has already ''inspired'' her work, as has her husband, hockey player Mike Fisher.
She said: ''This is my first awards show since little Isaiah has been in the world.
''I'm sure he's napping on the bus right now, but I should definitely say that he has already inspired me so much as well as has my husband, Mike.''
Elsewhere, 38-year-old singer/songwriter Luke Bryan won Male Video of the Year for his hit single 'Play It Again' - and was the recipient of a funny tribute from James Corden and Justin Bieber - while newcomer Sam Hunt was honoured with the Breakthrough Video of the Year prize for 'Leave the Night On' at the ceremony, which was held at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee.
Other winners during the event included Lady Antebellum who picked up Group Video of the Year for 'Bartender', and Florida Georgia Line whose clip for 'Dirt' won Duo Video of the Year.
The full list of winners for the 2015 CMT Awards:
Video of the Year: Carrie Underwood - 'Something in the Water'
Male Video of the Year: Luke Bryan - 'Play It Again'
Female Video of the Year: Carrie Underwood - 'Something in the Water'
Group Video of the Year: Lady Antebellum - 'Bartender'
Duo Video of the Year: Florida Georgia Line - 'Dirt'
Collaborative Video of the Year: Miranda Lambert with Carrie Underwood - 'Somethin' Bad'
Breakthrough Video of the Year: Sam Hunt - 'Leave the Night On'
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