Keith Urban wins big at CMT Awards

Pierre Vaugeois
Juin 9, 2017

Jason Aldean, Darius Rucker, Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum and Derek Trucks kicked off the 2017 CMT Music Awards with a rocking tribute to southern rocker Gregg Allman, who died last month at age 69. Urban also bested them for the top trophy of Video of the Year with his win for "Blue Ain't Your Color".

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Duo Video of the Year - H.O.L.Y.

"What I have now - the life I have with Keith and with my whole family - it doesn't just tumble into your lap; it's from setting my sights on it and saying: 'I so don't want to be alone, I don't want to walk this alone, ' and I found that", she said.

You've no doubt seen and heard much analysis about the series, and many predictions on who will capture the championship. "I love making music".

Kelsea Ballerini wears a Haney dress with gold sandals on the red carpet at the 2017 CMT Music Awards.

Jason and Luke were ecstatic to win a CMT Award last night (June 7th 2017) for their collaboration on the song "Want You to Want Me" from the country music show "CMT Crossroads".

Speaking of the Nashville Predators, it was only fitting that their historic season come up at an award show hosted in their hometown.

But Nicole Kidman was out of her element on Wednesday in Nashville at the 2017 CMT Music Awards, and she embraced a new edgy fashion statement.

The city has gone catfish insane of late, as it has become something of a ritual for fans to hurl the whiskered fish onto the ice during games.

Urban and Underwood performed "The Fighter", delighting and surprising fans by slowly building to a fiery ending.

Kutcher joked that her nickname would soon be "Carrie the Stanley Cup across this great city of Nashville".

Rock icon Peter Frampton and Brothers Osborne owned the CMT outdoor stage with a gritty, guitar-fueled performance of "It Ain't My Fault".

The singer won four honors, including video of the year for "Blue Ain't Your Color".

Pop singer Jason Derulo was also among the winners, thanks to his performance of "Want to Want Me" with Luke Bryan on "CMT Crossroads" past year. Earth Wind & Fire closed out the show with Lady Antebellum with a country funk mash-up of "You Look Good" and "September".

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