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CMT Awards 2020: Carrie Underwood Continues Reign as Most Awarded Artist

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Carrie Underwood sweeps up at Country Music Awards

Last night at the 2020 CMT Music Awards, the Sugarland singer was presented with the first-ever Equal Play award, which recognizes Nettles' ongoing advocacy to get women's albums heard on country music radio stations the same amount as their male counterparts.

Introduced by American Idol co-judge Katy Perry, Luke and his socially distanced band mates performed "What She Wants Tonight".

Taylor was also the recipient of the Breakthrough Video of the Year award back in 2007 for her song "Tim McGraw". This year, the winners shared the wealth evenly: only Carrie Underwood was a repeat victor, taking home the top prize of Video of the Year and a trophy for Female Video of the Year, both for "Drinking Alone".

"Fans, you guys never cease to amaze me at how hard you work", Underwood said while accepting her Video of the Year win from her couch. Thank you so much. "Thank you so very much".

With that, Carrie now has 22 trophies from CMT alone.

See photos from the 2020 CMT Music Awards red carpet below.

Allen and Cyrus delivered the most eye-catching presentation at this year's awards show when they took the stage this evening (October 21) to sing their smash duet, "This Is Us".

Gwen Stefani won her first CMT Music Award for a duet with partner Blake Shelton.

Other winners at the ceremony, which was hosted by Sarah Hyland, Kane Brown and Ashley McBride, included Chris Young and Old Dominion.

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