Taylor Swift and Shania Twain kicked off the 2011 CMT Music Awards with a bang on Wednesday night, becoming outlaws for a sketch spoofing 'Thelma & Louise.'
In a very funny clip featuring Donald Trump, Kid Rock, Chord Overstreet and comedian Ron White, Taylor and Shania showed off their bad girl side.
"If I could harness the power of these two women, I could control the world," professed Donald. "They're unbelievable."
Perhaps the most unlikely appearances of the night were made by Justin Bieber, who won Collaborative Video of the Year for "That Should Be Me" featuring Rascal Flatts, and "Dancing with the Stars" champ Hines Ward, who presented the award for CMT Performance of the Year.
Another former reality star, "American Idol" winner Scotty McCreery, introduced an inspiring performance by Sugarland with "Idol" runner-up Lauren Alaina by his side.
Watch the clip to see Taylor and Shania chase boys, shoot guns and go speeding off a cliff in a blaze of glory. Check out the entire list of winners below.
Duo Video of the Year: Sugarland for "Stuck Like Glue"
Collaborative Video of the Year: Justin Bieber and Rascal Flatts for "That Should Be Me"
CMT Performance of the Year: Zac Brown Band and Jimmy Buffett for "Margaritaville"
USA Weekend Breakthrough Video of the Year: The Band Perry for "If I Die Young"
Female Video of the Year: Miranda Lambert for "The House That Built Me"
Group Video of the Year: Lady Antebellum
Male Video of the Year: Blake Shelton for "Who Are You When I'm Not Looking"
Video of the Year: Taylor Swift for "Mine"