Country music's best and brightest gathered in Nashville, Tennessee for the CMT Music Awards Wednesday night. Keep reading to see if your fave artists took home one or more of the coveted statues!
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Leading the pack with two wins is Carrie Underwood, who took home a trophy for Video of the Year (Good Girl) and Collaborative Video of the Year for Remind Me which she recorded with fellow superstar, Brad Paisley.
American Idol winner Scotty McCreery snagged USA Weekend Breakthrough Video of the Year for his second single, The Trouble With Girls and Jason Aldean nabbed CMT Performance of the Year for the down-home anthem, Tattoos on This Town.
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Lady Antebellum won Group Video of the Year with We Owned the Night, with Duo Video of the Year going to Thompson Square for their single, I Got You.
And last but not least, Miranda Lambert and Luke Bryan scored big with Female and Male Video of the Year for Over You and I Don't Want This Night to End, respectively.
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Kristen Bell and Toby Keith hosted the night's festivities, featuring performances by Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Kenny Chesney, Scotty McCreery, Luke Bryan, Willie Nelson and more. Big names outside of the country world also paid a visit to the annual award show. President Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, Matthew McConaughey and Bon Jovi opened the show with a mock political campaign in which Bell and Keith rallied for America's votes as host of the night.