Carrie Underwood is on a roll. She won her third video of the year award at the CMT Music Awards last night in Nashville. She takes home two CMT belt buckles from last night's ceremony. One for video of the year for "Good Girl." The other was for collaboration of the year for "Remind Me," with Brad Paisley. Underwood has now won nine CMT belt buckles since 2006. Luke Bryan pulled off the surprise of the night, taking male video of the year for "I Don't Want This Night to End." Miranda Lambert wins her third straight female video of the year award for the emotional "Over You." It's a song she co-wrote with husband Blake Shelton about the untimely death of his brother.
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