Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood were big winners at the 2017 CMT Music Awards on Wednesday, as both artists took home two of the biggest awards of the night.
Urban won Video of the Year and Male Video of the Year for "Blue Ain't Your Color" and Underwood took home Female Video of the Year for "Church Bells," but that wasn't all, according to the United Press International.
The two won Collaborative Video of the Year as well for their song "The Fighter."
"I don't know what to say," Urban said, according to USA Today. "This award is for everybody watching this, everybody outside who couldn't get in, everybody who comes to see us play in concert. I wish God's blessings for you and all of your families. I love making music."
Underwood became the artist with the most wins in the history of the CMT Awards on Wednesday, as she's now received 17 awards at the country music event, UPI noted.
"Thank you to all the people who came out to see us on tour and were a part of this video," Underwood said while accepting her Female Video of the Year award. "This awards show is really cool because it's fan voted…Go Preds!"
The CMT Music Awards, which was held at Nashville's Music City Center, featured other great entertainers, including Kelsea Ballerini, Thomas Rhett, and Luke Bryan, according to E! News.
The awards show featured some star-studded performances as well.
Musician Peter Frampton performed "It Ain't My Fault" with Brothers Osborne, according to USA Today, and from a Nashville rooftop, Florida Georgia Line performed "Last Day Alive" with the Chainsmokers.
Bryan and singer Jason Derulo, who won CMT Performance of the Year for their performance of "Want to Want Me," delivered the award-winning duet as well as Bryan's hit song "Strip It Down."
Actor Charles Esten hosted the show for the first time.
Here's a complete winners list from this year's CMT Music Awards.
- Video of the Year — Keith Urban, "Blue Ain't Your Color"
- Male Video of the Year — Keith Urban, "Blue Ain't Your Color"
- Female Video of the Year — Carrie Underwood, "Church Bells"
- Duo Video of the Year — Florida Georgia Line, "H.O.L.Y."
- Group Video of the Year — Little Big Town, "Better Man"
- Breakthrough Video of the Year — Lauren Alaina, "Road Less Traveled"
- Collaborative Video of the Year — Keith Urban feat. Carrie Underwood, "The Fighter"
- CMT Performance of the Year — Jason Derulo and Luke Bryan, "Want to Want Me (from CMT Crossroads)"
- Social Superstar of the Year — Keith Urban
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