Cmt Music Awards Features Some Very Weird Moments; Plus, Big Winners And Best Performances - The Was

Two female solo artists perform together: Kacey Musgraves and Lee Ann Womack sing Livin on Love. (Harrison McClary/Reuters) As for the actual awards: The party bros of Florida Georgia Line were the big winners of the night with two trophies, Duo Video of the Year (Round Here) and Collaborative Video of the Year for current hit This is How We Roll featuring Luke Bryan. Speaking of the current king of Nashville, Bryan also won CMT Performance of the Year, thanks to a duet (Oh No/All Night Long) with Lionel Richie at the 2013 CMT Artists of the Year. Because its a law that power couple Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert are required to take home prizes at these type of shows, they won Male Video of the Year and Female Video of the Year for Doin What She Likes and Automatic, respectively. (Miranda led everyone with six nominations.) Meanwhile, Carrie Underwood picked up Video of the Year (See You Again) for the second year in a row , while The Band Perry got the trophy for Group Video of the Year (Done). A genuine surprise: Cassadee Pope, Season 3 winner of The Voice and the lone female in the Breakout Video of the Year category, won for her first hit single Wastin All These Tears. (Our annual note: The CMT Awards are for music videos. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/style-blog/wp/2014/06/05/cmt-music-awards-features-some-very-weird-moments-plus-big-winners-and-best-performances/