CMT Music Awards 2012 winners: Carrie Underwood sparkles as she scoops 2 gongs

Queen of country! Carrie Underwood sparkles in sequined mini dress as she scoops two gongs at CMT Music Awards

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09:31 GMT, 7 June 2012

It was one of the biggest nights of year for country stars.

And Carrie Underwood showed she is the reining Queen of the genre at the CMT Music Awards by picking up two awards.

The star looked stunning for the evening in a metallic sequined mini dress and sky high black shoe boots.

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Prestigious: Carrie Underwood scooped the coveted Video of the Year gong at the CMT Music Awards

Prestigious: Carrie Underwood scooped the coveted Video of the Year gong at the CMT Music Awards

She paraded her endless legs in the short frock and vamped up her rock chick look with backcombed hair.

The songbird scooped the most prestigious gong of the evening in the form of the Video of the Year award for her hit Good Girl.

She said in her acceptance speech: 'I just want to thank you guys for watching the videos, voting for them, supporting all of us because we all need you, we all love you.'

Double whammy: The singer also won Collaborative Video of the Year alongside Brad Paisley (R)

Double whammy: The singer also won Collaborative Video of the Year alongside Brad Paisley (R)

Something to celebrate: Carrie hugged Jason Aldean after winning Video of the Year, while he later picked up the prize for best performance

Something to celebrate: Carrie hugged Jason Aldean after winning Video of the Year, while he later picked up the prize for best performance

It was a double whammy for the 29-year-old, who also picked up the award for Collaborative Video of the Year alongside Brad Paisley, for the song Remind Me.

When he took to the stage, Brad couldn't help but gush over getting to work with the blonde bombshell.

He said: 'I'd like to thank this beautiful woman for being in the video. Otherwise, it's just a dork walking through the desert.'

Golden moment: The star looked stunning in a sequined mini dress as she performed for the excited crowd

Golden moment: The star looked stunning in a sequined mini dress as she performed for the excited crowd

Busy night: Carrie also presented an award alongside pro skateboarder Tiny Hawk

Busy night: Carrie also presented an award alongside pro skateboarder Tiny Hawk

Carrie, who performed at the event, won two out of a possible three awards this evening – she was also nominated for Female Video of the Year, but the accolade went to Miranda Lambert.

Miranda gave an emotional tribute to her late brother-in-law as she accepted the gong for her single Over You.

She told the crowd: 'This song means so much to me and to my husband and to our family. I just want to thank Blake's brother, Richie, in heaven for inspiring us to write this song.'

Emotional: Miranda Lambert paid tribute to her late brother-in-law when she picked up the gong for Female Video of the Year

Emotional: Miranda Lambert paid tribute to her late brother-in-law when she picked up the gong for Female Video of the Year

Delighted: Luke Bryan couldn't contain his excitement when he won Male Video of the Year

Delighted: Luke Bryan couldn't contain his excitement when he won Male Video of the Year

Luke Bryan was presented with the award for Male Video of the Year for his track I Don't Want This Night To End.

He joked: 'When I came home to show my wife this video, I removed all the bullets out of our house. And I want to thank her not going to buy more bullets to shoot me with.'

Meanwhile Lady Antebellum won Group Video of the Year for We Owned the Night and Dave Haywood spoke on behalf of the trio.

Grand arrival: Hosts Toby Keith and Kristen Bell entered the stage in a giant red cup

Grand arrival: Hosts Toby Keith and Kristen Bell entered the stage in a giant red cup

Floor-sweeping: Reba McEntire (L) wore a floor-length gown while one of Kristen's dresses was a slinky black number

Floor-sweeping: Reba McEntire (L) wore a floor-length gown while one of Kristen's dresses was a slinky black number

Floor-sweeping: Reba McEntire (L) wore a floor-length gown while one of Kristen's was a slinky creation

Bosom buddies: Kristen Bell and CMT President Brian Philips attend the after party at the Bridgestone Arena

Bosom buddies: Kristen Bell and CMT President Brian Philips attend the after party at the Bridgestone Arena

Scott McCreery picked up the USA Breakthrough Weekend Video for The Trouble With Girls, which was shot at his home high school in North Carolina.

Jason Aldean won CMT Performance of the Year for his rendition of Tattoos on This Town, while Thompson Square took home the gong for Duo of the Year for I Got You.

The star-studded event was held tonight in Nashville, Tennessee.

Super group: Lady Antebellum scooped Group Video of the Year and also performed during the ceremony

Super group: Lady Antebellum scooped Group Video of the Year and also performed during the ceremony

Working the crowd: The audience were seen rocking out when Journey took to the stage

Working the crowd: The audience were seen rocking out when Journey took to the stage

CMT MUSIC AWARDS 2012 WINNERS

Video of the Year: Carrie Underwood — “Good Girl”

Male Video of the Year: Luke Bryan — “I Don’t Want This Night to End”

Female Video of the Year: Miranda Lambert — “Over You”

Group Video of the Year: Lady Antebellum — “We Owned the Night”

Duo Video of the Year: Thompson Square — “I Got You”

USA Weekend Breakthrough Video of the Year: Scotty McCreery — “The Trouble With Girls”

Collaborative Video of the Year: Brad Paisley With Carrie Underwood — “Remind Me”

CMT Performance of the Year: Jason Aldean — “Tattoos on This Town” from 2011 CMT Artists of the Year

VIDEO: Watch highlights from the CMT Music Awards 2012

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