Luke Bryan was truly the hostest with the mostest at the Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday, where he not only held court but also had two nods.
The nominees were heavily male dominated, with all five Album of the Year nods going to male artists, and the majority of non-gender-specific awards, such as Vocal Group of the Year and Single Record of the Year, featured men.
However, there were some female artists who enjoyed some big wins -- including Miranda Lambert taking home her 7th Female Vocalist of the Year award -- and a number of the night's most impressive performances were delivered by female singer -- such as Carrie Underwood's amazing, futuristic performance of her hit single, "Church Bells."
See who won big Sunday night with the complete list of 2016 ACM Award winners below:
Entertainer of the Year:Jason Aldean
Male Vocalist of the Year:Chris Stapleton
Female Vocalist of the Year:Miranda Lambert
Vocal Duo of the Year:Florida Georgia Line
Vocal Group of the Year:Little Big Town
New Male Vocalist of the Year: Chris Stapleton
New Female Vocalist of the Year: Kelsea Ballerini
New Vocal Duo or Group of the Year: Old Dominion
Album of the Year:Traveller, Chris Stapleton
Single Record of the Year:Die A Happy Man, Thomas Rhett
Video of the Year:"Mr. Misunderstood," Eric Church
Vocal Event of the Year:Smokin’ And Drinkin’, Miranda Lambert Featuring Little Big Town
Song of the Year:"Nobody to Blame," Chris Stapleton
Songwriter of the Year: Ross Copperman
ET was with ACM-winner Ballerini exclusively when she filmed her desert "dream video" for the third single off her major label debut, "Peter Pan." Get all the details in the video below.