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2021 CMT Music Awards: The list of winners, photo highlights and more
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2021 CMT Music Awards: The list of winners, photo highlights and more

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Here are all of the big winners from this year’s CMT Music Awards, which were hosted by Kelsea Ballerini and Kane Brown.

NEW YORK (AP) — Carrie Underwood has another reason to rejoice — she extended her record as the most decorated artist in the history of the CMT Music Awards, thanks to her song “Hallelujah.”

The music video for the singer's hit, a collaboration with John Legend, was named video of the year at Wednesday's show, which aired from Nashville, Tennessee.

Underwood, who now has 23 CMT Awards, thanked her die-hard fans while accepting the honor: “You're the reason we're all here doing what we do, doing what we love (and) making music videos."

Read the full story here, and keep scrolling for the list of winners and photos from the show:

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The winners

A list of winners at the 2021 CMT Music Awards, held Wednesday in Nashville, Tennessee.

Video of the year: Carrie Underwood and John Legend, “Hallelujah"

Female video of the year: Gabby Barrett, “The Good Ones"

Male video of the year: Kane Brown, “Worship You"

Duo/group video of the year: Little Big Town, “Wine, Beer, Whiskey"

Breakthrough video of the year: Dylan Scott, “Nobody"

Collaborative video of the year: Chris Young and Kane Brown, “Famous Friends"

CMT performance of the year: Kelsea Ballerini and Halsey, “The Other Girl" (from the 2020 CMT Music Awards)

Best family feature: Taylor Swift, “The Best Day (Taylor's Version)"

CMT Equal Play Award: Linda Martell

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Photo highlights

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