CMT Music Awards 2015: Carrie Underwood Wins Video of the Year, Dominates Full Winners List

The 'American Idol' alum, who has also won Female Video of the Year and Collaborative Video of the Year Awards, collects the biggest prize of the night for her 'Something in the Water'.

AceShowbiz - The 2015 CMT Music Awards was basically all about Carrie Underwood. The singer, who made her first awards show appearance since welcoming son Isaiah at the Wednesday night, June 10 event, came out as the biggest winner as she took home multiple awards including the top prize, Video of the Year.

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Tom Arnold presented the "American Idol" alum with the award, which she won for her "Something in the Water", not so long after she delivered the first live performance of "Little Toy Guns" from her 2014 greatest hits album. "I don't know what to say," she said. "This is such an amazing blessing, I have the best fans in the world, I really do."

Earlier in the night, Underwood's "Something in the Water" already won the Female Video of the Year title. She additionally shared the Collaborative Video of the Year Award with Miranda Lambert for their "Somethin' Bad".

Other names joining Underwood in the winners lists included Luke Bryan whose "Play It Again" was named Male Video of the Year, Florida Georgia Line that bagged Duo Video of the Year for "Dirt" and Lady Antebellum who grabbed Group Video of the Year for "Bartender".

2015 CMT Music Awards: Arrivals | Performances

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