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Carrie Underwood garners most noms for CMT Awards

Published April 23, 2012 10:42 am
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Carrie Underwood picked up five nominations for the 2012 CMT Music Awards, it was announced this morning live on NBC's "Today" show.

Miranda Lambert followed closely behind Underwood with four nominations; two for her solo work and two as a member of country trio and first-time nominees Pistol Annies. Jason Aldean, Lady Antebellum, Rascal Flatts, Blake Shelton, Taylor Swift and Thompson Square are tied for three nominations apiece. The Civil Wars also received three nominations, including two for their collaboration with Taylor Swift on the song "Safe & Sound" from "The Hunger Games" soundtrack.The awards show will air live from Nashville on Wednesday, June 6 on CMT and CMT.com.The final nominees in each of the 2012 CMT MUSIC AWARDS categories include:VIDEO OF THE YEARJason Aldean – "Dirt Road Anthem"Kenny Chesney featuring Grace Potter – "You And Tequila"Toby Keith – "Red Solo Cup"Lady Antebellum – "We Owned The Night"Miranda Lambert – "Over You"Brad Paisley with Carrie Underwood – "Remind Me"Rascal Flatts featuring Natasha Bedingfield – "Easy"Blake Shelton – "God Gave Me You"Taylor Swift featuring The Civil Wars – "Safe & Sound"Carrie Underwood – "Good Girl" MALE VIDEO OF THE YEARBest video by a male artist; awarded to the artistJason Aldean – "Dirt Road Anthem"Luke Bryan – "I Don't Want This Night To End"Eric Church – "Drink In My Hand"Toby Keith – "Red Solo Cup"Blake Shelton – "God Gave Me You"Keith Urban – "Long Hot Summer" FEMALE VIDEO OF THE YEARBest video by a female artist; awarded to the artistSara Evans – "My Heart Can't Tell You No"Miranda Lambert – "Over You"Martina McBride – "I'm Gonna Love You Through It"Kellie Pickler – "Tough"Taylor Swift – "Ours"Carrie Underwood – "Good Girl" For the rest of the nominees, go to www.cmt.com






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