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Once again, Lady Antebellum and Miranda Lambert won big at the CMT Music Awards. The country superstars took home trophies in major categories for the third year in a row!
The Nashville-based trio took home one of Wednesday night's top honors, group video of the year for their song "We Owned the Night." Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood accepted the award, which they also snagged in 2010 and 2011.
"Thank you, CMT, for really connecting the dots with these videos," Haywood told the audience at the Bridgestone Arena after the win. "Thank you for playing these things."
Lambert also ended up with her third-straight win for female video of the year. This year, the blonde singer (who's married to fellow country star Blake Shelton) took home the award for her hit single, "Over You."
"This song means so much to me and my husband," Lambert said. "I just want to thank Blake's brother Richie from heaven for inspiring Blake and I to write this song."
It was also a winning night for Carrie Underwood, who shared the award for best collaborative video with Brad Paisley for their single "Remind Me." But when their win was announced, Underwood's husband, Mike Fisher, jumped to congratulate Paisley instead of his wife!
"Did you see my husband hug him first?" she joked to the audience. But things only went up from there, as the American Idol alum went on to also win video of the year for "Good Girl."
But it was Luke Bryan who was responsible for possibly the most memorable moment of the show. When he won male video of the year for his song "I Don't Want This Night to End," the handsome crooner pulled a pair of underwear from his pants and threw it into the crowd for the ladies to fight over.
"I have a lucky charm," he said before the big toss. "I have some lucky camouflage underwear."
Get the full list of CMT winners here.