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'There's something about being able to call Hayley my wife and say that it's official! Marriage is forever and we're just so happy to share our love forever,' the 28-year-old country star says.
The songbird's 'Automatic' was named Song of the Year, while the country duo consisting of Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard won the Vocal Duo of the Year Award.
Bryan and FGL's collaborative single 'This Is How We Roll' comes out as the winner in both Digital Song of the Year and Collaboration of the Year categories
Lambert, who has already won Musical Event of the Year and Single of the Year, takes the stage again to collect her Album of the Year award for 'Platinum'.
Tyler Hubbard and Bryan Kelley are joined by bikini-clad girls, some people in animal costumes and some dogs in the summery visuals.
U2's 'Songs of Innocence', which was released for free on iTunes last month, is at No. 9 on the chart with 28,000 copies sold in its first commercial week.
Thomas Rhett and Frankie Ballard will serve as supporting acts on the country duo's headlining tour that's opening in January.
The duo's Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley talk about how they spend their Friday nights on the up-tempo song from the album that's set to hit the stores on October 14.
The track has been confirmed as the lead single off the country duo's forthcoming sophomore album.
The country duo debuts two new versions of their hit song, one featuring Derulo and another one featuring both Derulo and Luke Bryan.
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.
ACM Vocal Event of the Year is given to Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert for their hit 'We Were Us', while 'Highway Don't Care' wins ACM Video of the Year.
The country duo and Bryan party with some pretty ladies on a tractor-trailer while 'X Games' champion Travis Pastrana and The Nitro Circus are showing off some tricks on their bikes.
The country music veterans get seven nominations apiece while Keith Urban follows closely behind with six.
Both artists have won two each, with the former sharing Music Video of the Year and Musical Event of the Year prizes with Taylor Swift and Keith Urban for their collaboration 'Highway Don't Care'.