Chris Stapleton wins big at CMAs, Keith Urban nabs top prize

Chris Stapleton wins big at CMAs, Keith Urban nabs top prize

Chris Stapleton wins big at CMAs, Keith Urban nabs top prize

"Let the music unite us with love", Brooks said.

"We send our love to you", said Carrie Underwood, also mentioning the "brave firefighters". I am very grateful that I get to do what I do'.

On the younger end, Kelsea Ballerini, 25, performed her defiant dance-pop ode to female empowerment, Miss Me More. It features the lyrics, "I believe you and me are sisters and brothers/And I believe we're made to be here for each other". "Make some noise for those boys".

On a male-dominated night, Kacey Musgraves, 30, won her first big CMA prize, taking home album of the year for Golden Hour. "News. "'Cause the first time I heard it, I thought, 'Oh my gosh, this is a song I've been looking for my whole time with her, so I hope she feels the same".


"This is really, really insane timing - 10 years ago today I moved to Nashville".

Besides an array of estimable side men, Skaggs tapped into the elastic talents of Keith Urban, Brad Paisley, Marty Stuart and bluegrass diva Sierra Hull. "I'm so proud it". "It's inspired by this handsome universe, and all of you, and mostly love".

After much pressure from Bradley, Underwood revealed she was expecting a baby boy, commenting, "Oh, my gosh, Willie!"

Underwood, who is nominated for female vocalist of the year, said it is tough picking between friends when it comes to voting. Just checking because every year I watch and every year it's the same outcome. Many people congratulated the bearded vocalist on his wins and issued their own compliments to one of country music's top crooners.

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