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CMT Music Awards Winners: Full List

The CMT Music Awards took place on Wednesday night, honoring some of the biggest names in country music.

J.J. Watt and Erin Andrews hosted the show, which aired live from Nashville. Big winners include Tim McGraw, who took home video of the year for “Humble and Kind,” Thomas Rhett, who won male video of the year for “Die a Happy Man,” and Carrie Underwood, who won female video of the year for “Smoke Break.”

See a full list of winners below.

Video of the Year
Tim McGraw, “Humble and Kind” (WINNER)
Blake Shelton, “Sangria”
Cam, “Burning House”
Carrie Underwood, “Smoke Break”
Chris Stapleton, “Fire Away”
Florida Georgia Line, “Sippin’ on Fire”
Jason Aldean, “Tonight Looks Good on You”
Keith Urban, “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3: 16″
Little Big Town, “Girl Crush”
Luke Bryan, “Strip It Down”
Sam Hunt, “Break Up in a Small Town”
Thomas Rhett, “Die a Happy Man”

Male Video of the Year
Thomas Rhett, “Die a Happy Man” (WINNER)
Blake Shelton, “Sangria”
Eric Church, “Like a Wrecking Ball”
Keith Urban, “John Cougar, John Deer, John 3:16″
Luke Bryan, “Kick the Dust Up”
Sam Hunt, “Break Up in a Small Town”

Female Video of the Year
Carrie Underwood, “Smoke Break” (WINNER)
Jana Kramer, “I Got the Boy”
Kacey Musgraves, “Biscuits”
Cam, “Burning House”
Kelsea Ballerini, “Dibs”
Maren Morris, “My Church”

Group/Duo Video of the Year
Little Big Town, “Girl Crush” (WINNER)
Brothers Osborne, “Stay a Little Longer”
Dan + Shay, “Nothin’ Like You”
Florida Georgia Line, “Sippin’ on Fire”
Old Dominion, “Break Up with Him”
Zac Brown Band, “Loving You Easy”

Breakthrough Video of the Year
Chris Stapleton, “Fire Away” (WINNER)
Brothers Osborne, “Stay a Little Longer”
Cam, “Burning House”
Chris Janson, “Buy Me a Boat”
Maren Morris, “My Church”
Old Dominion, “Break Up With Him”

CMT Performance of the Year
Carrie Underwood, “Smoke Break” (WINNER)
Adam Lambert and Leona Lewis, “Girl Crush”
Brantley Gilbert and Lynyrd Skynyrd, “What’s Your Name”
Jennifer Nettles and Cheap Trick, “I Want You to Want Me”
Chris Stapleton, “Nobody to Blame”
Darius Rucker, “Alright”

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