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It was a quick turnaround for last year's American Idol Winner, Scotty McCreery, who took home his first Cmt music award and high school diploma in the time it takes for an average teen to wake up on the weekends.
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Mere hours after McCreery hit the stage to pick up his award for Breakthrough Video of the Year in Nashville, Tennessee for The Trouble with Girls last night, the country crooner accepted his diploma states away at North Carolina's Garner High School.
The high-achiever and his family reportedly caught a midnight flight back to North Carolina so he could attend the 8 a.m. ceremony.
Related: Scotty McCreery's Still the Same Country Kid
Fun side note: McCreery's winning video was shot at his graduating high school just last year.
So, what did you do this week? »
Los Angeles, California (X17online) - Carrie Underwood won big at the Cmt Music Awards last night, first taking home the prize for collaborative video of the year for her duet with Brad Paisley for "Remind Me," and yet again when she won video of the year for "Good Girl." Lady Antebellum and Miranda Lambert also got lucky, with each act taking home top prizes for the third consecutive year. Lady Antebellum took home group video of the year for "We Owned the Night", which they also won in 2010 and 2011, while Lambert got her third female video of the year award in a row, this time for "Over You." Luke Bryan won Male video of the year for "I Don't Want This Night to End," Thompson Square won Duo video of the year for "I Got You", Scotty McCreery won Breakthrough video of the year for "The Trouble with Girls »
Nashville, Tenn. (AP) — A list of winners from the 2012 Cmt Music Awards: Video of the year: Carrie Underwood, "Good Girl" Male video of the year: Luke Bryan, "I Don't Want This Night to End" Female video of the year: Miranda Lambert, "Over You" Duo video of the year: Thompson Square, "I Got You" Group video of the year: Lady Antebellum, "We Owned the Night" Breakthrough video of the year: Scotty McCreery, "The Trouble with Girls" Collaborative video of the year: Brad Paisley with Carrie Underwood, "Remind Me." Cmt performance of the year: Jason Aldean, "Tattoos on This Town" Copyright »
- AP Staff
The 2012 Cmt Awards aired on June 6 and the winners' list is full of big names. Miranda Lambert who performed with her new group the Pistol Annies and Brad Paisley. There were some fantastic performances and a lot of discussion about beer. The final award, Video of the Year was voted on by the fans during the show. Check out the list of winners below.
Collaborative Album of the Year:
Breakthrough Video of the Year:
Cmt Performance of the Year:
Jason Aldean, "Tattoos on this Town"
Duo Video of the Year:
Thompson Square, "I Got You"
Group Video of the Year:
Lady Antebellum, "We Owned the Night"
Male Video of the Year:
Luke Bryan, "I Don't Want This Night to End"
Female Video of the Year:
Miranda Lambert, "Over You"
Video of the Year:
Carrie Underwood, "Good Girl" »
Country music's best and brightest gathered in Nashville, Tennessee for the Cmt Music Awards Wednesday night. Keep reading to see if your fave artists took home one or more of the coveted statues!
Video: Carrie Underwood on Building Her Dream Family
Leading the pack with two wins is Carrie Underwood, who took home a trophy for Video of the Year (Good Girl) and Collaborative Video of the Year for Remind Me which she recorded with fellow superstar, Brad Paisley.
American Idol winner Scotty McCreery snagged USA Weekend Breakthrough Video of the Year for his second single, The Trouble With Girls and Jason Aldean nabbed Cmt Performance of the Year for the down-home anthem, Tattoos on This Town.
Related: Idol Champ Scotty McCreery Makes Billboard History
Find out who took home Cmt Music Award buckles! Carrie Underwood, Scotty McCreery and Lady Antebellum were just some of the lucky winners -- see them all here. The Cmt Music Awards on June 6 caused smiles all around as winners took the stage to accept their buckle trophies. Carrie Underwood joked that her husband hugged Brad Paisley before he congratulated her for Carrie and Brad's "Remind Me" duet. Scotty McCreery looked excited to be winning a trophy and so many more people won honors last night. Check out the full list -- we'll be updating throughout the night! Video of the Year Carrie Underwood, ‘Good Girl’ Female Video of the Year Miranda Lambert, ‘Over You’ Male Video of the Year Luke Bryan, ‘I Don’t Want This Night to End’ Group Video of the Year Lady Antebellum, ‘We Owned the Night’ Duo Video of the Year Thompson Square, ‘I Got »
- HL Staff
Cable network Cmt announced the nominees for its 2012 Cmt Music Awards, and it was a great year for Carrie Underwood.
The former "American Idol" winner secured five nominations including "Female Video of the Year" and "Video of The Year" for "Good Girl."
Country music power couple Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton combined for seven nominations. Lambert got picked four times including for "Female Video of the Year." Shelton secured three noms including for "Male Video of the Year."
The award show will air live on June 6 at 8 pm Et on Cmt.
Here's a full list of the nominees:
Video of the Year
Jason Aldean - "Dirt Road Anthem"
Toby Keith - "Red Solo Cup"
Lady Antebellum - "We Owned the Night »
HollywoodNews.com: ‘Hart of Dixie’ is coming back to The CW with a new episode airing tonight, April 23, 2012.
Enjoy the photo gallery below of sneak peeks of the new episode!
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After a wild night of partying, Wade (Wilson Bethel) wakes up with a massive hangover, an uninvited houseguest and no memory of what happened the night before. Meanwhile, George (Scott Porter) takes an unplanned roadtrip to New Orleans, and Lemon (Jaime King) finally confesses her troubles to her father, Brick (Tim Matheson). In the episode, Scotty McCreery performs “The Trouble With Girls” during a pivotal scene between Zoe (Rachel Bilson) and George, and Scott Porter performs “Jambalaya.” Cress Williams also stars. »
- Molly Sullivan
Season 10 champion Scotty McCreery will bring his southern baritone to The CW drama on April 23, The Huffington Post confirms, portraying himself on the same episode that will also feature guest star Justin Hartley.
Hart of Dixie Promo: Why is Zoe So Happy?!?
Look for McCreery to belt out a version of "The Trouble With Girls," during a "pivotal scene between Zoe and George," show sources say, leaving us to wonder: What could this possibly mean?
What might bring McCreery to Bluebell? And why would Zoe and George be dancing together? Following the best Hart of Dixie episode of the season, we're more curious than ever for the answers. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (TV Fanatic Staff)
McCreery comes to the CW charmer to perform his single “The Trouble With Girls” during a “pivotal scene” between — gasp! — Zoe and George, Huffington Post reports.
Ready for more of today’s TV dish? Well…
• Mädchen Amick has booked yet another TV guest spot. Per EW.com, the Twin Peaks alumna — who in recent seasons has appeared on Gossip Girl, Damages, Californication, White Collar and soon The CW’s Ringer — will play a Witsec bigwig on the March »
- Megan Masters
Scotty McCreery has signed up to appear in Hart of Dixie. The American Idol winner will play himself when he appears on the show in April, The Huffington Post reports. He is expected to perform his single 'The Trouble With Girls' on the CW drama. McCreery's scene will reportedly also include an important moment between Zoe (Rachel Bilson) and George (Scott Porter). McCreery, who won the tenth season of American Idol, recently thanked fans when his debut album Clear (more) »
- By Catriona Wightman
No, Scotty McCreery won't be playing yet another suitor for Rachel Bilson's Zoe Hart when he hits up "Hart of Dixie" in an April 23 episode. Instead, the "American Idol" winner will play himself, performing his hit "The Trouble With Girls" during a scene that heavily features Zoe and George (Scott Porter).
Hmmm. More love triangle "trouble," perhaps? We'd guess yes, given the scoop we got from the show's creator, Leila Gerstein, last week.
The news of McCreery's appearance was first reported by the Huffington Post.
We must admit, we're a little relieved to hear he's just performing, not stealing hearts, in the episode. Zoe is already swooning over George, Wade (Wilson Bethel), and newcomer Jesse, played by the super-dreamy Justin Hartley.
12 items from 2012
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