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Miranda Lambert wins big at CMT Music Awards, performs with Carrie Underwood

Miranda Lambert wins 'Female Video' at CMT Music Awards, performs with Carrie Underwood
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On June 4, the CMT Music Awards took place in Nashville, Tennessee. Reigning Country Music Association (CMA) and Academy of Country Music (ACM) "Female Vocalist of the Year" Miranda Lambert emerged as a big winner, capturing the "Female Video of the Year" award for her single "Automatic."

She bested out music videos by such songstresses as Taylor Swift ("Red"), Sheryl Crow ("Easy"), Kacey Musgraves ("Follow Your Arrow"), Carrie Underwood ("See You Again") and Cassadee Pope ("Wasting All These Tears").

In her acceptance speech, Lambert remarked, "Hey y'all. Thank you so much to the fans. I love this song so much. It's close to my heart. Thank you to the fans for letting us do our job."

During this year's CMT Music Awards show, Lambert performed her new rocking duet song "Somethin' Bad" with Carrie Underwood, which was well-received by the audience. It is a track from her latest studio album "Platinum" which was just released via her record label, RCA Records Nashville.

For more information on country star Miranda Lambert, visit her website.