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Country music's brightest stars troop to the Grand Ole Opry House funeral service for the late music icon.
The British artist's album '21' scores its 24th victory on the chart, while the country music singer's latest effort 'Thirty Miles West' debuts at No. 2.
The country music singer earned a Grammy in 2002 when his song 'Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)' was released under the label.
Out of five remaining categories, Miranda Lambert has her name appearing in four, including the top honor Entertainer of the Year.
In succeed of Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder among others, the country musician is this year's recipient of Founders Awards.
The Disney songstress takes her devotees to go round and round with fun, catchy beat of the first single from her sophomore set.
The music videos, including Trace Adkins' 'This Ain't No Love Song' and Gary Allan's 'Get Off on the Pain', which are debuted on the CMT Special feature introductions by the artists themselves.
Witnessed by friends and family, the Grammy-winning singer accepted his star and called for an impromptu performance for a small crowd of fans.
Though so, 'My World 2.0' from the Canadian singer is estimated to return to the first position of Billboard Hot 200 next week.