Carrie Underwood triumphed at the Country Music Television (CMT) Awards last night.

The singer took home two trophies; the biggest prize of the night, Video of the Year, for 'Good Girl' and Collaborative Video of the Year for 'Remind Me' which she performed with Brad Paisley.

The former 'American Idol' winner later tweeted about her wins, writing: ''Thank you so much! These #CMTawards belong to all of us! What an amazing night! (sic)''

Other stars to triumph at the event, held in Nashville, Tennessee, included Miranda Lambert, who took home Female Video of the Year for 'Over You' and Luke Bryan, who's track 'I Don't Want This Night to End' was named Male Video of the Year.

The awards were attended by a host of country stars, including Hank Williams Jr. and Toby Keith - who co-hosted the show with actress Kristen Bell - as well as US President Barack Obama.

Performers on the night included Zac Brown Band, who performed their new single 'The Wind' and Miranda Lambert's all-girl group, Pistol Annies, who performed 'Takin' Pills' from their debut album, 'Hell on Heels'.

2012 CMT Music Awards winners:

Video of the Year: Carrie Underwood, 'Good Girl'

Female Video of the Year: Miranda Lambert, 'Over You'

Male Video of the Year: Luke Bryan, 'I Don't Want This Night to End'

Group Video of the Year: Lady Antebellum, 'We Owned the Night'

Du Video of the Year: Thompson Square, 'I Got You'

Breakthrough Video of the Year: Scotty Mccreery, 'The Trouble With Girls'

Collaborative Video of the Year: Brad Paisley With Carrie Underwood, 'Remind Me'

CMT Performance of the Year: Jason Aldean, 'Tattoos on This Town'