Country music's power couple! Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert took home top honors at the 2013 CMA Awards Wednesday, Nov. 6. The spouses of two years set a record as the first married couple to win the Male and Female Vocalist of the Year awards four years in a row.
"Well, hell! I really didn't think this was going to happen this year," Lambert, 29, said on stage. "To my husband, I love you. Thank you for putting up with my crap!"
While accepting his award, Shelton, 37, said, "Not to just echo Miranda, but I really swear I didn't think this was going to happen this year. But it did!" The Voice mentor also gave a special thank-you to his publicist who "is constantly cleaning up after me!"
Returning for their sixth consecutive year, Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood co-hosted the 47th annual Country Music Association Awards at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn. Before handing out trophies to winners, the veteran co-hosts kicked off the show with a funny parody of Robin Thicke and Miley Cyrus' now infamous performance of "Blurred Lines" at the 2013 VMAs. Paisley, 41, and Underwood, 30, kept their act PG, but enlisted the help of A&E's Duck Dynasty's cast to perform a funny spoof of the hit song.
Later in the show, Taylor Swift was honored with the CMA Pinnacle Award for achieving worldwide success that's unique to country music. Wearing a stunning red Elie Saab gown, the 23-year-old singer said on stage: "To the CMA, you're not only rewarding my hard work and exhaustion, you're also rewarding the hard work and exhaustion of my family and my label, and anyone who works with me and most of all the fans who fill the stadiums. I love you. On behalf of all of those people, thank you, thank you, I love you. You make me feel so special right now."
Check out the complete list of 2013 CMA Awards winners below. Tell Us: Did the right country stars win?
Entertainer of the Year
Female Vocalist of the Year
Male Vocalist of the Year
Vocal Group of the Year
Little Big Town
Vocal Duo of the Year
Florida Georgia Line
New Artist of the Year
Album of the Year
Based on a True Story, Blake Shelton
Song of the Year
"I Drive Your Truck," Jessi Alexander, Connie Harrington and Jimmy Yeary
Single of the Year
"Cruise," Florida Georgia Line
Musical Event of the Year
"Highway Don't Care," Tim McGraw (with Taylor Swift and Keith Urban)
Music Video of the Year
"Highway Don't Care," Tim McGraw with Taylor Swift and Keith Urban
Musician of the Year