CMA Awards 2010 Winners
April 19, 2010 by Post Team
CMA Awards 2010 Winners:According to NYDailyNews — In true country fashion, the Sunday night Academy of Country Music Awards celebrates the brokenhearted – Hollywood to be exact.
“We had a great year in country music,” said Reba McEntire as she took the stage at the MGM Grand Garden Arena Las Vegas, adding, “many songs about cowboys Casanovas, white liars and two Timin ‘men – and I would like to thank Jesse James and Tiger Woods to inspire us all. ”
The red-headed host did not hesitate to start on Larry King, well, quipping that the ceremony had gone green, with paper made from the documents that the talk show host for divorce from recycling.
But it was not only the dissemination of McEntire laughs. Brooks & Dunn, who announced last August that it would split, joked that they were “currently in therapy with Brett Favre trying to figure out how the waffle board] [“.
The big winners of the night were triptych Nashville Lady Antebellum (Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood). The group of four-year-old began veterans Rascal Flatts CMA point up to win single of the year, song of the year and top vocal group.
The best performance of the night went to Brad Paisely (despite attempts by Taylor Swift) performing a guitar solo of “Water” and then fall into a bathtub full of things.
McCoonaughey Actor Matthew was responsible for granting best male vocalist.
“I can I borrow your shirt?” Paisley asked the “Ghosts of Girlfriends Past” star, still wet from his act. “It used to not use one.”
McConaughey also turned “American Idol” alum Carrie Underwood a pair of boots on his request last year. The Oklahoma native won Entertainer of the Year for second time in two years, becoming the first woman to win the award more than once.
Top Female Vocalist went to Miranda Lambert, or “B**bs McGee” as she named their guitarist, who wore a plunging dress of brilliant blue.
Grammy Award winner Taylor Swift was passed over by CMA voters visible, but it was not for lack of trying. After being suspended above the crowd in a white dress for her performance of “Change” that the swan dived into the audience in a very choreographed stunt in which he was captured, not by the crowd, but his own entourage.
Laura Bell Bundy was who stole the thunder of Swift. After falling from the rafters in a horseshow giant Broadway alum, who made “The Giddy Up,” was the best at the conclusion of a song and moves at the same time.
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