Taylor Swift has become one of best-selling artists in country music history at the tender age of 22, and after winning the fan-voted award of Entertainer of the Year for the second straight year at the ACM Awards on Sunday, Swift revealed to ET how she planned to celebrate the victorious night.
"I'm so hungry," she said. "I really want to go eat a lot of food…I'm really not picky right now. Just food. Like, a lot of it."
Although Swift's award was very telling of her widespread impact on music fans, her fellow country artist Miranda Lambert shined a little brighter on Sunday, as she took home two coveted awards—Female Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year.
"I'm freaking out. I thought I was losing," Lambert said backstage after the show, admitting that she wasn't expecting the Album of the Year award when she compared herself to the competition. "I'm so thankful [to win the award]. Really."
ET also caught up backstage with Ashton Kutcher, who didn't reveal anything about his newly revealed role as Steve Jobs in an upcoming biopic but expressed delight to be at the ACM Awards.
"This is my back-up career," said Kutcher, who performed a rendition of the George Strait's I Cross My Heart before presenting the Female Vocalist of the Year award. "I might need it soon. We'll see if this Two and a Half Men thing keeps going."