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Carrie Underwood scoops top CMT Award

1 of 1 Carrie Underwood won big at the CMT Awards 2014
Carrie Underwood won big at the CMT Awards 2014

Former American Idol winner Carrie Underwood received the top honour, Music Video of the Year, at Wednesday night's Country Music Television Awards in Nashville. 

Underwood won Video of the Year for See You Again. She also gave a rousing performance of her duet with Miranda Lambert, Somethin' Bad.

Lambert won Female Video of the Year for the fifth time in a row with Automatic

Cassadee Pope, who won season three of The Voice US, was awarded Breakthrough Video of the Year for Wasting All These Tears.

Her former mentor and host of the awards, Blake Shelton, presented her with the award. 

Shelton followed up Pope's big win by picking up Best Male Video for Doin' What She Likes

Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie received the award for Performance of the Year for their CMT Crossroads version of Richie's 1983 hit All Night Long. 

Check out a full list of winners below:

Video of the Year: See You Again, Carrie Underwood

Duo Video of the Year: Round Here, Florida Georgia Line

Female Video of the Year: Automatic, Miranda Lambert

Collaborative Video of the Year: This Is How We Roll, Florida Georgia Line feat. Luke Bryan

Performance of the Year: Oh No / All Night Long, Luke Bryan & Lionel Richie

Male Video of the Year: Doin' What She Likes, Blake Shelton

Breakthrough Video of the Year: Wasting All These Tears, Cassadee Pope

Group Video of the Year: Done, The Band Perry



Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert backstage at the CMT Awards 2014

Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert go for a more summery look on the red carpert

Newcomer Cassadee Pope scooped the Breakthrough of the Year award

Blake Shelton hosted, performed and picked up and award

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