Thursday, June 9, 2011

Country music artists were honored at the CMT Awards

Fans of Taylor Swift gave him another trophy to his star, while Miranda Lambert's video "The House That Built Me" continued its extraordinary history and Sheryl Crow underwear stole the attention at CMT Awards country music. Thanks to their fans, Swift won Wednesday greater recognition of the gala cable channel Country Music Television, the award for best video of the year for his song "Mine." Lambert was awarded the prize for best video of the year by a female artist for the song also has given him a Grammy and examinations leading country, while her husband Blake Shelton, who recently married, was the only artist more than one prize on the night.

Swift, who also won the award for artist of the year awards from the Academy of Country Music Awards was linked to by video from Wisconsin where he is on a tour. "I'd be with you, but I'm having fun with 15,000 of my closest friends in Milwaukee, "Swift said while a lot of fans screaming in the background.

Shelton and Lambert were also unable to attend the awards and missed some interesting developments, starting with the underwear Crow. The singer wore a skirt and sat on a stool to sing "Collide" by the driver of the ceremony Kid Rock. But when left rose more than desired. The accident happened in a blink of an eye, but in this era of digital television recorders will be repeated over and over on Twitter, something that Crow and Sara Evans gave an award recognized when an hour later.

"Well at least he was wearing underwear, "Evans said Crow. That was not the only time in the awards surprising famous for its rare combination of celebrities. Swift joined Shania Twain in a video showing a purported breakthrough in the movie that recreated "Thelma & Louise", with presentations by Donald Trump and Kenny Rogers.

Justin Bieber teenagers stole sighs as he walked down the red carpet with the group Rascal Flatts. The wide receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers, and champion of "Dancing With the Stars" Hines Ward got cowboy boots and shook his hips on stage. Lady A had one of the most interesting presentations of the night.

The trio began with the single "Just a Kiss" before the singer Charles Kelley took the drums and the band changed the tone to "Kiss" by Prince. Shelton, who was linked by video from the set of their contest telerreliadad "The Voice" won video of the year for a male artist for "Who Are You When I'm Not Looking" and the best video on internet "Kiss My Country Ass." Sugarland took first prize for best video of a duo of "Stuck Like Glue." Lady Antebellum won for video of the year by a group of "Hello World" and the group The Band Perry won the award for Breakthrough Video for "If I Die Young." Bieber added a buckle of the CMT to the mountain of surveys won in the last year for his collaboration on "That Should Be Me", with Rascal Flatts.

Wynonna Judd Kid Rock put in place and showed him some of the genre in a duet in which they performed his piece "Hell, Yes, I'm Country."

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