The 48th annual CMA Awards are in the books. And it was surely a fun night for everyone.
Miranda Lambert & Meghan Trainor kicked off the evening singing Trainor’s hit single “All About that Bass” with a little country kick.
Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley had great chemistry together as the hosts of the show. The two were funny and personable.
Underwood told Paisley the gender of her baby, to which Paisley said, “I know something you don’t know, so suck it TMZ.”
The pair sang a spoof on Dolly Parton’s “Jolene” titled “Quarantine,” to make light of the Ebola epidemic.
Paisley let it slip that Underwood is indeed having a baby boy, and he was very excited about it.
Steven Tyler presented the first award of the night, “Single of the Year.” The winner: Miranda Lambert’s hit single “Automatic.”
Darius Rucker and Tim Tebow presented the award for “Song of the Year.” The winner: Kasey Musgraves, “Follow Your Arrow.”
Lee Brice and Brantley Gilbert presented “New Artist of the Year.” The winner is: Brett Eldredge.
Brandy Clark, Brett Eldredge and Kip Moore presented the “Vocal Duo of the Year.” The winners are: Florida Georgia Line.
Martina McBride and Connie Britton presented “Album of the Year.” The winner: Miranda Lambert, “Platinum.”
Lucy Hale and Dan + Shay presented “Vocal Group of the Year.” The winner: Little Big Town.
Vince Gill was honored during the event with the Irving Waugh Award of Excellence. Only one other artist has ever won the award, and that was Johnny Cash. The award goes to a person who’s truly changed and impacted country music.
Trisha Yearwood presented “Male Vocalist of the Year.” The winner: Blake Shelton.
Female vocalist of the year: Miranda Lambert.
Music video of the year: “Drunk on a Plane,” Dierks Bentley.
Musical event of the year: “We Were Us,” Keith Urban featuring Miranda Lambert.
Musician of the year: Mac McAnally, guitar.
Garth Brooks presented “Entertainer of the Year.” The winner: Luke Bryan.
Miranda Lambert had the most awards of the night, winning three awards for herself, and one with Keith Urban.
The night was full of great performances and humble acceptance speeches.
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