Carrie Underwood led the American Country Awards this year with a staggering six wins; including Artist of the Year, Album of the Year for Play On and Single of the Year by a Female Artist for “Cowboy Casanova.”
“We have had the most amazing year out on the road,” Underwood said in thanks, collecting the final bright, shiny Fender Stratocaster.
“Of course, we wouldn’t be doing anything if it weren’t for the people sitting out there in that audience, so to everyone that came out to see us and anybody else out here—you guys are awesome,” she concluded.
Underwood’s other honors included Female Artist of the Year, Touring Artist of the Year and Music Video of the Year by a Female Artist for “Cowboy Casanova.”
Lady Antebellum, the six-time Grammy nominee of the bunch, was next in the field with four wins, including Group/Duo of the Year and, all for “Need You Now,” Single of the Year, Single of the Year by a Group/Duo and Music Video of the Year by a Group/Duo.
“First and foremost we want to say a huge thank you from the bottom of our heart to the fans,” exclaimed Lady Antebellum’s only lady, Hillary Scott.
Congrats to Carrie and all the remaining winners – only question I have is: where does Taylor Swift stand?