AceShowbiz - Carrie Underwood, who led the race at the 2015 CMT Music Awards with five nominations, has already bagged two awards. The former "American Idol" winner and Miranda Lambert shared the Collaborative Video of the Year prize for their "Somethin' Bad" clip.
"This is so amazing," said the new mom, who showed off her stunning post-baby body in a skin-tight white dress. "I, of course, accept this award on behalf of the one and only Miranda Lambert." Her collaborator Lambert, unfortunately, wasn't present to collect the trophy.
Underwood additionally won Female Video of the Year for her "Something in the Water" clip, beating out Lambert, Lee Ann Womack, RaeLynn and Reba McEntire. Underwood was nominated twice in the category, the other was for "Little Toy Guns" visuals.
Florida Georgia Line was another early winner at Wednesday, June 10 ceremony, taking home Duo Video of the Year for their "Dirt" music video. The group comprising of Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard was also nominated for their "Sun Daze" music video in the same category.
The winner for Breakthrough Video of the Year has already been announced as well and it went to Sam Hunt for his "Leave the Night On" clip.
More winners will be revealed at the annual CMT Music Awards which is currently taking place at the Bridgestone Arena. Lady Antebellum and Zedd kicked off the ceremony with a medley of their singles "Long Stretch of Love" and "Beautiful Now". Other performers tapped for the event included Underwood, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Sam Hunt, Kenny Chesney, Florida Georgia Line and Keith Urban.