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Here Are All the Winners of the 2017 American Music Awards!

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The American Music Awards took place on Sunday night, and the winners ran the gamut from Keith Urban to Linkin Park to Lady Gaga and Bruno Mars for artist of the year. It was also a huge night for Diana Ross, who took home the Lifetime Achievement Award! Take a look at all the winners below. RelatedEvery Impressive Performance From the 2017 American Music Awards Artist Of The Year Bruno Mars New Artist Of The Year Niall Horan Collaboration Of The Year "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber Tour Of The Year Coldplay Video Of The Year "That's What I Like" by Bruno Mars Favorite Male Artist - Pop/Rock Bruno Mars Favorite Female Artist - Pop/Rock Lady Gaga Favorite Duo Or Group - Pop/Rock Imagine Dragons Favorite Album - Pop/Rock 24K Magic, Bruno Mars Favorite Song - Pop/Rock "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi
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American Music Awards 2017: Complete Winners List

American Music Awards 2017: Complete Winners List
The 2017 American Music Awards have arrived.

Some of the biggest artists in music have gathered at Los Angeles' Microsoft Theater for what promises to be a competitive night of big moments, bold fashions, and for some, serious hardware in the form of Ama statuettes. With eight nominations, Bruno Mars will have the most shots to be recognized, with Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Ed Sheeran and The Chainsmokers following close behind with five nods each.

If you need a refresher, head to Et's Ama Cheat Sheet for the rundown on the night ahead, then tune in for the show 8 p.m. Et/Pt on ABC. Check back here periodically for the winners as they are announced.

Here's the full list (**Winners** in bold):

More: Everything to Know About the AMAs: Bts, Selena Gomez & More!

Lifetime Achievement Award

Diana Ross **Winner**

Artist Of The Year

· Bruno Mars *Winner*

· The Chainsmokers

· Drake

· Kendrick Lamar

· Ed Sheeran

New Artist Of The Year
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Jason Aldean Rouses Crowd at All-Star Benefit for Victims: 'I'll Be Damned If Anybody Is Ever Gonna Stop Me'

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Jason Aldean Rouses Crowd at All-Star Benefit for Victims: 'I'll Be Damned If Anybody Is Ever Gonna Stop Me'
Nobody knows better than Jason Aldean the cruel and random nature of tragedy.

When he signed up for a benefit concert back in September, he was volunteering to help hurricane victims. But by the time he took the stage in Nashville on Sunday night, he was singing, as well, for the victims of bullets that had rained down on his own Las Vegas concert.

As Aldean told the sold-out crowd at Bridgestone Arena, “It’s been a rough couple months for us up here.”

Aldean’s presence brought a raw immediacy to the evening, and the 40-year-old artist chose to respond with defiance.
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Blake Shelton's Journey to Sexiest Man Alive: From Pageant Kid to the Mullet and Beyond

Even the Sexiest Man Alive had an awkward phase.

Blake Shelton may be on top of his game this year, scoring the coveted title from People magazine just after topping the charts with his sixth career No. 1 country album, Texoma Shore. Girlfriend Gwen Stefani had plenty to say about Shelton's new status, joining the ranks of George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Denzel Washington, Channing Tatum, David Beckham and yes, even The Voice frenemy Adam Levine.

"What defines sexy?" she mused in an interview with Et on Tuesday. "I think somebody that is humble, kind, down to earth, talented, on the top of their game, should I keep going?"

Shelton may be all of those things -- but "humble" seems to be taking a back seat for the time being. Just take a look at some of his recent tweets, all accentuated with the hashtag, "#donthatemebecauseimbeautiful."

Blake Shelton Is the Sexiest Man Alive -- See His Smokin' Hot Cover!

Gwen Stefani
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Eddie Montgomery Breaks Silence on Troy Gentry’s Death: ‘It Was a Horrific Day — My World Changed’

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Eddie Montgomery Breaks Silence on Troy Gentry’s Death: ‘It Was a Horrific Day — My World Changed’
Years ago, Troy Gentry and Eddie Montgomery had a difficult discussion: what to do if the other died first. More than just buddies, their musical bond forged the hit making country duo Montgomery Gentry. They had a musical legacy to protect and fans to consider. “We said to each other, ‘Hey, we want Montgomery Gentry to keep going,’” Montgomery says. “It’s weird, I always thought it was going to be me that went down first.”

His premonition was not to be. On Sept. 8 this year, hours before they were due onstage at the Flying W Airport and Resort in Medford,
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Mack, Jack & McConaughey Returns For Its 6th Annual Fundraiser Event

Austin’s beloved charity event Mack, Jack & McConaughey (Mj&M) will return for its sixth year on April 12 – 13, 2018. Mj&M is the joint fundraising effort of Academy Award-winning actor Matthew McConaughey, Acm Award-winning recording artist Jack Ingram, and Espn analyst and Texas coaching legend Mack Brown.

The two-day nonprofit event was launched in 2013 and has raised nearly $7.5 million dollars for charitable organizations benefiting a handful of youth organizations that all reflect Mj&M’s goal to empower kids in their community.

“Bringing people together for a good cause is what Mj&M is all about,” said Coach Mack Brown. “Each year gets bigger and better, with thousands of people coming together to support kids in our community, all while having a great time.”

Mack, Jack & McConaughey hold the event very dear to their hearts, and all are dedicated to helping the younger generations grow in their communities. The event will
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Blake Shelton Remembers Late Brother on 27th Anniversary of His Death: 'We Still Miss You Richie'

Blake Shelton Remembers Late Brother on 27th Anniversary of His Death: 'We Still Miss You Richie'
Blake Shelton's brother may be gone but he's certainly not forgotten.

On Monday, the 41-year-old country star shared a moving message about his late sibling, 27 years after he died.

"Lost my brother 27 years ago today. I was only 14 at the time but it changed my life forever," Shelton wrote. "Made me realize that life is precious and there's no time like Right Now to go for it... We still miss you Richie!!"

More: 'Mean Tweets' Goes Country with Blake Shelton, Little Big Town, Chris Stapleton and More

Richie Shelton was 24 when he was killed in a car accident in 1990.

Though that loss will always weigh heavy on Shelton, it's good to see he has the love and support of those in his life. On the crooner's latest album, Texoma Shore, Shelton sweetly muses on his girlfriend, Gwen Stefani.

Watch the video below for more.

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Carrie Underwood Breaks Wrist After a Fall: ‘I’ll Be Alright… Might Just Take Some Time’

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Carrie Underwood Breaks Wrist After a Fall: ‘I’ll Be Alright… Might Just Take Some Time’
Carrie Underwood is on the mend.

Just a few days after hosting the Cma Awards, the 34-year-old singer fell on the steps outside of her home and suffered “multiple injuries” — including a broken wrist, her rep tells People in a statement. She also was treated for cuts and abrasions at the hospital on Friday before being released, according to the statement. Her husband Mike Fisher, whom she wed in 2010, traveled back to Nashville overnight to be with her.

“Her recovery will take some time and she appreciates all prayers and well wishes,” Underwood’s rep said.

Underwood later addressed the injury through Twitter,
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Charles Kelley Has Full Circle Moment Performing 'Hold My Hand' with Darius Rucker at the CMAs: 'Dreams Do Come True'

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Charles Kelley Has Full Circle Moment Performing 'Hold My Hand' with Darius Rucker at the CMAs: 'Dreams Do Come True'
When Lady Antebellum joined Darius Rucker on stage to perform his hit “Hold My Hand” at the 2017 Cma Awards on Wednesday night, it was a full circle moment for bandmate Charles Kelley.

On Thursday, a home video of Kelley singing “Hold My Hand” as a teen cut with the video of his recent performance of the song with his bandmates and Rucker on country music’s biggest night was posted to Lady Antebellum’s Twitter page with the caption, “Dream do come true.”

Dreams do come true. #CMAawards #Tbt @dariusrucker –ck pic.twitter.com/7Bn2W7aJuh

Lady Antebellum (@ladyantebellum) November 9, 2017

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Miranda Lambert's Boyfriend Anderson East Slams Garth Brooks for Lip-Syncing at the Cma Awards

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Miranda Lambert's Boyfriend Anderson East Slams Garth Brooks for Lip-Syncing at the Cma Awards
Anderson East is not impressed with Garth Brooks‘ decision to lip-sync at the Cma Awards Wednesday night.

East, who is dating Miranda Lambert, wrote on Instagram Thursday, that he was offended that Brooks did not sing live.

“I keep a lot of my opinions to myself and respect anyone making music but as a person who tries to put on the best and most honest show I can night after night… this truly offends me,” the singer-songwriter wrote.

He continued, “I was told country music is three chords and the truth.”

Brooks, 55, took home the trophy for entertainer of the
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Taylor Swift Debuts New Song 'New Year's Day' With an Intimate Performance for Fans

Taylor Swift Debuts New Song 'New Year's Day' With an Intimate Performance for Fans
On the eve of her album drop, Taylor Swift is already sharing her new sounds with the world.

The Reputation singer debuted a new song during an episode of ABC's Scandal on Thursday night. In an intimate showcase in front of fans, Swift played the record's closer, "New Years Day."

"Don't read the last page," the 27-year-old singer crooned, as her fans joined on for the hook. "But I stay when it's hard, or it's wrong. But I'll be cleaning up bottles with you on New Year's Day."

More: Taylor Swift Hangs Out With Her Cats Ahead of 'Reputation' Release -- See the Pics!

Meanwhile, it won't be long 'til fans can hear the whole album, which drops at midnight on Friday.

Ahead of its release, Swift was honored with Country Song of the Year at the 2017 CMAs on Wednesday, for "Better Man," a song she penned for Little Big Town.

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What's Taylor Swift Doing In the Lead Up to Reputation's Release? Hanging with Her Cats, Of Course

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What's Taylor Swift Doing In the Lead Up to Reputation's Release? Hanging with Her Cats, Of Course
Taylor Swift is hanging with her two toughest critics before Reputation officially hits airwaves at midnight.

The songstress posted several photos to Instagram on Thursday with the caption, “Waiting for #reputation like…” — including two images of her equally famous feline family members.

In one, her cat Meredith Grey lounged on a windowsill overlooking a beach. In another, Swift posed for a selfie with her pet Olivia Benson. The image, seemingly taken inside an airplane, featured the twosome wearing matching expressions

Related: Everything We Know About Taylor Swift’s Reputation

Though Swift’s highly anticipated album won’t be released for several more hours,
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Cma Awards 2017: What You Didn’t See on TV

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Cma Awards 2017: What You Didn’t See on TV
Amid a year rife with tragedy and division, the 2017 Cma Awards was a show of music unity, from the feel-good opening number — an all-star rendition of Hootie and the Blowfish’ “Hold My Hand” — to the night’s speeches: “I feel like we’re bonded together and banded together more than we ever have been,” Miranda Lambert told the crowd as she picked up her female vocalist trophy.

But behind the scenes, the country love fest seemed even cozier.

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill made slow progress back to their front-row seats after singing in the opener because of the number
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Blake Shelton, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town and More Country Stars Read "Mean Tweets" on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Blake Shelton, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town and More Country Stars Read
In honor of the 2017 Cma Awards, Jimmy Kimmel Live! presented viewers with the third installment of "Mean Tweets: Country Music Edition" Wednesday. The latest iteration of the segment featured Zac Brown Band, Cassadee Pope, Blake Shelton, Luke Combs, Randy Houser, Old Dominion, Trace Adkins, Darius Rucker, Dan + Shay, Jana Kramer, Chris Young, Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum, Chris Stapleton, Jake Owen, Little Big Town and Justin Moore. "From time to time, as you probably know, we like to shine a light on the not so nice people post on social media," said Jimmy Kimmel, joking that he was "somewhat, but not overly proud" to share another chapter in the ongoing series. Later in the show, Combs...
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Taylor Swift Takes Home ‘Song Of The Year’ Cma Award Days Before Dropping ‘Reputation’

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With only days to go until her new album “Reputation” drops on Friday, Taylor Swift finds herself well ahead of the game, having already nabbed herself an award. The former country star returned to her roots on Wednesday after taking home the “Song of the Year” award for Little Big Town’s “Better Man”. Related: Carrie […]
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Garth Brooks Wins Entertainer of the Year  — But Admits to Lip-Syncing Performance: 'The Voice Just Isn't There'

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Garth Brooks Wins Entertainer of the Year  — But Admits to Lip-Syncing Performance: 'The Voice Just Isn't There'
Garth Brooks took home top honors at the 51st Country Music Association Awards — despite raising some eyebrows earlier in the evening for lip-synching his performance.

The “Friends in Low Places” singer was dubbed entertainer of the year — for the second consecutive year and for the sixth time overall — Wednesday during country music’s biggest night.

After former entertainer of the year honoree Reba McEntire presented him with the award, Brooks, 55, took the stage.

“Getting this presented to me by the entertainer of a lifetime, I thank you,” he said, nodding at McEntire. “Miranda said it best, Little Big Town said
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Taylor Swift Hasn't Been a Country Singer in 3 Years, but She Just Took Home Another Cma

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Taylor Swift is one of the biggest pop artists in the music industry, but her roots will always be with country music. At the Cma Awards on Wednesday night, just a few days before the release of her album Reputation, the "Look What You Made Me Do" singer nabbed song of the year for writing Little Big Town's "Better Man." Coincidentally, the award was presented by her longtime famous friend Karlie Kloss. Even though she opted to skip out, as she's done with most events this year, she made sure to capture her adorable reaction on video. In NYC for SNL rehearsals. I️ Love You @littlebigtown and CMAs. pic.twitter.com/3QT7bX6yOe - Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) November 9, 2017 The last time Swift was nominated for a Cma was almost three years ago, for Red, her final country album before going full pop. Over the years, she has earned a whopping 12 wins!
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Taylor Swift Wins Song of the Year at 2017 Cma Awards, Little Big Town Accepts on Her Behalf

Taylor Swift Wins Song of the Year at 2017 Cma Awards, Little Big Town Accepts on Her Behalf
Taylor Swift's presence was felt at tonight's 2017 Cma Awards.  The pop star, who is currently awaiting Friday's release of her sixth studio album, won Song of the Year for writing Little Big Town's hit song, "Better Man." Swift's close pal Karlie Kloss was on hand to present the award to the country music foursome, who accepted on her behalf.  "We didn't write this," they teased onstage. "We're really grateful that Philip checked his email one night and that song was in his email. We want to say thanks to Taylor Swift. She couldn't be here tonight with us." She continued, "Taylor, wherever you are, thank you...
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Darius Rucker Kicks Off CMAs with ‘Hold My Hand’ Singalong Featuring Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum and More

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Darius Rucker Kicks Off CMAs with ‘Hold My Hand’ Singalong Featuring Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum and More
The first image viewers saw of the 2017 Cma Awards was Eric Church delivering a delicate acoustic rendition of “Amazing Grace” on a nearly darkened stage. In the wake of the deadly shooting at a Las Vegas country music festival in October—and mere days after the massacre at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas—it was an appropriately solemn way to recognize the lives lost.

From there, the Country’s Biggest Night kicked off in grand fashion, aiming to heal the broken hearts of the nation by uniting in joyous song. Darius Rucker led a star-studded singalong of his 1994 Hootie
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Cma Awards: Watch the Red Carpet Live Stream

The 51st annual Country Music Association Awards are here — well, almost. The CMAs will air Wednesday night from Nashville's Bridgestone Arena beginning at 8 p.m. Et on ABC. In just a matter of hours, fans who can't contain their excitement for country music's biggest night will be able to live-stream stars arriving on the Cma red carpet on Twitter.

Once inside, Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will co-host their 10th CMAs together. Performers will include Underwood, Garth Brooks, Miranda Lambert, Thomas Rhett, Brothers Osborne, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Little Big Town, Chris Stapleton and Maren Morris with Niall Horan.

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