Academy of Country Music Awards 2010 winners – Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley & Miranda Lambert at ACM awards 2010!
The Academy of Country Music Awards 2010 winners included Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley and Miranda Lambert.Â Underwood took home the Entertainer of the Year award, while Paisley scored “Top Male Vocalist” and Lambert “Top Female Vocalist”.Â Underwood was a big winner though at the ACM awards 2010 as she scored the “Triple Crown Award”.Â Underwood has now won the Entertainer of the Year award in back-to-back years as well.Â Brad Paisley has won the Top Male Vocalist award now for the past four years.
Also winning big was country musician Miranda Lambert.Â She took home Video of the Year for “White Liar” as well as “Album of the Year” for Revolution as well as the Top Female Vocalist award.
Other winners on the night included Lady Antebellum, whose song “Need You Now” picked up awards for Single Record of Year and Song of Year.Â Luke Bryan won the Top New Artist and Top New Solo Vocalist awards.Â Brooks & Dunn who will be performing their farewell tour (Last Rodeo Tour) across the US took home the top vocal duo award, while Joey + Rory won the Top New Vocal Duo.Â Gloriana was named Top New Vocal Group.
The Academy of Country Music awards 2010 winners were shown during the televised event on CBS.Â They held an online and text voting session for fans in order to determine the Entertainer of the Year and Top New Artist awards.Â Congratulations to all of tonight’s big winners at the ACM Awards 2010 including Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley and Miranda Lambert!
See more info about tonight’s ACM awards at the official Academy of Country Music website.