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2009 CMA Awards: Full Winners List, Taylor Swift Adds Three More Kudos

November 12, 2009 (4:34 am) GMT
Taylor Swift is handed with three more prizes, Female Vocalist of the Year, Entertainer of the Year and Music Video of the Year.

All the winners for this year's Country Music Association Awards have been unveiled. On November 11, announced host as Male Vocalist of the Year. He pushed aside , , and .

Before another winner was called to the stage, and George took the mic. They performed "I Was Country When Country Wasn't Cool" as a tribute to Barbara Mandrell who was inducted to Hall of Fame this year.

added another trophy to her collection as she snatched Female Vocalist of the Year award which was presented by and . "I want to thank every single person tonight for not running up on stage during my speech," Taylor said, poking at for what he did on the stage of 2009 MTV VMAs.

Paired with , came out, announcing who would bring home Entertainer of the Year title and the lucky one was Taylor. Calling up her band members to the stage of Sommet Center to share the glory, she said that everything she has ever wanted has happened to her.

The rest of the winners were announced off air. Music Video of the Year went to Taylor Swift's "Love Story", Musician of the Year was given to Mac McAnally and Musical Event of the Year was handed to and .

2009 CMA Awards winners:

2009 CMAs : Video Performances

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