2012 CMT Awards: All the Winners!

Entertainment Jun. 7, 2012 AT 9:30AM
Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert Credit: Michael Loccisano/WireImage.com; Jason Merritt/Getty

Country's best and brightest came out in full force Wednesday in Nashville to honor the industry's top performers, including Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert, who took home Video of the Year and Female Video of the Year respectively.

"This song means so much to me and to my husband and to our family," Blake Shelton's emotional wife, 28, said when accepting her award for the song she wrote with Shelton about his late brother. "I just want to thank Blake's brother, Richie, in heaven for inspiring us to write this song."

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Underwood, 29, was the night's only multiple winner, taking home the night's top honor -- Video of the Year -- as well as a trophy for her duet with Brad Paisley, "Remind Me."

Giving Underwood's husband, Mike Fisher, a bear hug when their names were announced, Paisley raved about his video's leading lady on stage. "I'd like to thank this beautiful woman for being in the video. Otherwise, it's just a dork walking through the desert," Paisley, 39, joked.

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Read on for the full list of 2012 CMT Music Awards winners:

Video of the Year: "Good Girl," Carrie Underwood

Male Video of the Year: "I Don't Want This Night to End," Luke Bryan

Female Video of the Year: "Over You," Miranda Lambert

Group Video of the Year: "We Owned the Night," Lady Antebellum

Duo Video of the Year: "I Got You," Thompson Square

USA Weekend Breakthrough Video of the Year: "The Trouble With Girls," Scotty McCreery

Collaborative Video of the Year: "Remind Me," Brad Paisley with Carrie Underwood

CMT Performance of the Year: "Tattoos on This Town (from CMT Artists of the Year)," Jason Aldean

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