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CMT Music Awards 2014: Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line Are Big Winners

June 5, 2014 (3:43 am) GMT
Bryan, who shares the CMT Performance of the Year award with Lionel Richie, wins the Collaborative Video of the Year for his collab with FGL, who also claims the Duo Video of the Year.

The full winners list of 2014 CMT Music Awards has been unveiled. and were the biggest winners at the event, which took place on Wednesday night, June 4 at Nashville's Brdgestone Arena.

Bryan and the country duo took home the Collaborative Video of the Year award for their collaboration "This Is How We Roll". Additionally, the former and claimed the CMT Performance of the Year, while the latter snagged the Duo Video of the Year for their "Round Here".

was also a big winner that night. Shortly after finishing her performance with , the songstress collected the Video of the Year award for her "See You Again".

Other winners included and his wife Lambert. Shelton grabbed the Male Video of the Year for his "Doin' What She Likes" while his other half won the Female Video of the Year for her "Automatic".

Earlier that night, the coach of "" also took the stage to present his protege with the Breakthrough Video of the Year award for her "Wasting All These Tears". also made it to the winners list as their "Done" video was named Group Video of the Year.

2014 CMT Awards: Arrivals | Performances


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