Double Gold for Carrie Underwood at CMT Music Awards
The 2012 CMT Music Awards belonged to country queen Carrie Underwood after she took home two trophies at the TV network's annual prizegiving on Wednesday.
The former "American Idol" winner landed the first honor of the night when her Brad Paisley duet "Remind Me" won Collaborative Video Of The Year, and she added to her haul when her "Good Girl" promo was named Video Of The Year.
Tweeting from the event, Underwood told fans, "Wow! Thanks so much guys from me and Brad Paisley! We won a CMT award!!!... Thank you so much! These CMT awards belong to all of us! What an amazing night!"
Scotty McCreery, another "American Idol" champion, also had a good night after his single "The Trouble with Girls" was voted Breakthrough Video Of The Year.
Other big winners at the Nashville ceremony included Lady Antebellum, who accepted Group Video Of The Year for "We Owned The Night," and Miranda Lambert, who scooped Female Video Of The Year for "Over You."
Luke Bryan's "I Don't Want This Night to End" was the Male Video Of The Year and Sugarland's "I Got You" was crowned Duo Video Of The Year.
The event, which was co-hosted by actress Kristen Bell and country singer Toby Keith, also featured performances from Kenny Chesney, Lady Antebellum, Underwood and Willie Nelson.
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