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2011 CMT Music Awards: Blake Shelton Wins Male Video of the Year

June 9, 2011 (2:36 am) GMT
Also, Lady Antebellum win Group Video of the Year over Little Big Town, Rascal Flatts, The Band Perry and Zac Brown Band.
Blake Shelton

More and more winners were announced at the live telecast of 2011 CMT Music Awards taking place at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on June 8. Right after the joint performance by host and this year's Collaborative Video of the Year nominee , it was announced that took home Group Video of the Year.

They beat ("Little White Church"), ("Why Wait"), ("If I Die Young") and ("Colder Weather"). Upon receiving the trophy from Ricky Schroder and Laura Bell Bundy, they took time to thank Roman White who is vying for Video Director of the Year.

"" winner and runner-up finally made their debut on the CMT Music Awards stage by teaming up to introduce live performance by Duo Video of the Year winner . and Kristian Bush delivered "Stand Up", dedicating it the victims of natural disasters recently hitting the Southeast.

Another winner of the night, , also celebrated the night by performing live for the fans. and her bandmates performed 's "Kiss" with Charles Kelley taking the drums. Their Wednesday night performance was introduced by and .

Later in the evening, came on to the stage. , her sidekick in "Thelma & Louise" parody which was played at the beginning of the show, was not seen though because she's tweeting "hi" from the backstage of her concert in Milwaukee.

Shania was there to introduce Male Video of the Year and accidentally fell on the way to the stage. She quickly recovered from the unexpected incident, and then presented as the winner. Like his wife who is the recipient of Female Video of the Year, Blake was also absent from the show. He, however, appeared from the set of "" in L.A. to give his acceptance speech.

His music video for "Who Are You When I'm Not Looking" tackled 's "My Kinda Party", 's "The Boys of Fall", 's "Bullets in the Gun" and 's "Without You".

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