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    CMA Awards 2020 WINNERS: Maren Morris leads with THREE trophies including Female Vocalist of the Year and dedicates win to black women in country music… but Eric Church takes home biggest prize at event with socially-distanced audience

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    Reba McEntire and Darius Rucker hit the stage Wednesday to cohost the 2020 Country Music Association Awards.

    Leading the nominations at the star-studded event was Miranda Lambert, who received nods in seven categories, including Entertainer of the Year.  

    Maren Morris took home the most awards of the evening with three wins, as she kicked off the evening with Single of the Year and Song of the Year, both for her track The Bones from her second studio album Girl.

    Winner winner: Maren Morris kicked off the CMA Awards Wednesday, landing the first two wins of the evening, as she took home Single of the Year and Song of the Year, both for her track The Bones from her second studio album Girl

    The 30-year-old beat out the likes of Luke Combs, Miranda Lambert, Gabby Barrett, Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber for Single of the Year.

    She took to the stage in a stunning black lace floor-length robe over black silk undergarments, as she accepted the award from presenter Bobby Bones.   

    Morris said: ‘Thank you so much! This is very weird, but I love this kind of setup, because we can all hang out all night with each other. That’s a cool first. I had a baby eight months ago, so just being out tonight is a win itself.’ 

    The Hero artist welcomed her first child back in March, a son named Hayes Andrew, with husband Ryan Hurd, 34. 

    Back in black: She took to the stage in a stunning black lace floor-length robe over black silk undergarments, as she accepted the award from presenter Bobby Bones

    Back in black: She took to the stage in a stunning black lace floor-length robe over black silk undergarments, as she accepted the award from presenter Bobby Bones

    Stiff competition: The 30-year-old beat out the likes of Luke Combs, Miranda Lambert, Gabby Barrett, Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber for Single of the Year

    Mom's night out: Morris said: 'Thank you so much! This is very weird, but I love this kind of setup, because we can all hang out all night with each other. That's a cool first. I had a baby eight months ago, so just being out tonight is a win itself'

    Mom’s night out: Morris said: ‘Thank you so much! This is very weird, but I love this kind of setup, because we can all hang out all night with each other. That’s a cool first. I had a baby eight months ago, so just being out tonight is a win itself’ 

    Proud parents: The Hero artist welcomed her first child back in March, a son named Hayes Andrew, with husband Ryan Hurd, 34

    Proud parents: The Hero artist welcomed her first child back in March, a son named Hayes Andrew, with husband Ryan Hurd, 34

    Hot streak: Morris immediately took the stage again for Song of the Year, for which Miranda Lambert, Luke Combs, Carly Pearce, Lee Brice and Ingrid Andress were also nominated

    Hot streak: Morris immediately took the stage again for Song of the Year, for which Miranda Lambert, Luke Combs, Carly Pearce, Lee Brice and Ingrid Andress were also nominated

    Nashville friends: She said: 'I am proud to be a songwriter in Nashville, Tennessee. I grew up obsessing over y'all's YouTube videos, and I moved here and somehow got into rooms with you. This means so much'

    Nashville friends: She said: ‘I am proud to be a songwriter in Nashville, Tennessee. I grew up obsessing over y’all’s YouTube videos, and I moved here and somehow got into rooms with you. This means so much’

    Racking up: The Texas girl truly racked up, as she later won Female Vocalist of the Year, competing against Miranda Lambert, Ashley McBryde, Kacey Musgraves and Carrie Underwood

    Racking up: The Texas girl truly racked up, as she later won Female Vocalist of the Year, competing against Miranda Lambert, Ashley McBryde, Kacey Musgraves and Carrie Underwood

    Silver stunner: She took to the stage once again, this time in a plunging silver jeweled gown, after she changed looks for her onstage performance

    Sailor's mouth: Morris was overwhelmed with gratitude, as she stated: 'I love you... so much, all the women in this category. My god, I'm really gonna try not to curse. Sorry Robert if I do, I'm really not going to'

    Sailor’s mouth: She took to the stage once again, this time in a plunging silver jeweled gown, after she changed looks for her onstage performance. Morris was overwhelmed with gratitude, as she stated: ‘I love you… so much, all the women in this category. My god, I’m really gonna try not to curse. Sorry Robert if I do, I’m really not going to’

    She added: ‘Thank you Country Music and my peers for nominating us and voting for us. Thank you Greg Kurstin. I hope you’re watching at home in Hawaii. Thank you so much for making this song sound so good. 

    ‘And thank you to my writers who are here tonight, Laura Veltz and Jimmy Robbins, for writing this love song with me, that’s kind of been a medicine for this year, this crazy year. Thank you so much! This is amazing.’ 

    Morris immediately took the stage again for Song of the Year, for which Miranda Lambert, Luke Combs, Carly Pearce, Lee Brice and Ingrid Andress were also nominated.

    She said: ‘I was just about to make Laura Veltz accept this award, but I guess I’m the one accepting it. Thank you! All of my friends are in this category, you wrote the most amazing songs in country music this year. 

    ‘I am proud to be a songwriter in Nashville, Tennessee. I grew up obsessing over y’all’s YouTube videos, and I moved here and somehow got into rooms with you. This means so much.’

    The Texas girl truly racked up, as she later won Female Vocalist of the Year, competing against Miranda Lambert, Ashley McBryde, Kacey Musgraves and Carrie Underwood.

    She took to the stage once again, this time in a plunging silver jeweled gown, after she changed looks for her onstage performance.

    Morris was overwhelmed with gratitude, as she stated: ‘I love you… so much, all the women in this category. My god, I’m really gonna try not to curse. Sorry Robert if I do, I’m really not going to. Thank you so much to my team. I have a lot of people to thank, and they’re the typical ones that lift me up and made this dream come true.

    ‘But there are some names in my mind that I wanna give recognition to because I’m just a fan of their music, and they are as country as it gets. I just want them all to know how much we love them back, and just check out their music after this. It’s Linda Martell, Yola, Mickey Guyton, Rissi Palmer, Brittney Spencer, Rhiannon Giddens.

    Big winner: Eric Church took home the big award of the evening, winning Entertainer of the Year against Luke Combs, Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban

    Year of loss: He said: 'I was thinking about this when I walked up here. This award, this year, at least for me, has been about the loss of this year'

    Power of music: Church added: 'And I believe this, I really believe this. It's gonna be music that brings us out of this. That is the one thing that is gonna save the entire world'

    Power of music: He said: ‘I was thinking about this when I walked up here. This award, this year, at least for me, has been about the loss of this year… And I believe this, I really believe this. It’s gonna be music that brings us out of this. That is the one thing that is gonna save the entire world’

    Man of the year: Luke Combs won Male Vocalist of the Year for the second time, after he was up against Eric Church, Thomas Rhett, Chris Stapleton and Keith Urban

    Man of the year: Luke Combs won Male Vocalist of the Year for the second time, after he was up against Eric Church, Thomas Rhett, Chris Stapleton and Keith Urban

    Supportive spouse: He said as he accepted the award: 'I never know what to say up here, i don't write speeches for these things. Let me tell you, my beautiful wife, thank you for always being there for me, through thick and thin'

    Supportive spouse: He said as he accepted the award: ‘I never know what to say up here, i don’t write speeches for these things. Let me tell you, my beautiful wife, thank you for always being there for me, through thick and thin’

    Hard work: He added: 'I don't deserve this anymore than anybody else in this category. Especially, this year has been so crazy, and I know everybody in this category worked their a** off'

    Lucky guy: 'Thomas, Eric, everybody watching, I'm just lucky. I'm a lucky guy. Thank god for what you do for me, and thank the fans for what you do for me'

    Lucky guy: He added: ‘I don’t deserve this anymore than anybody else in this category. Especially, this year has been so crazy, and I know everybody in this category worked their a** off. Thomas, Eric, everybody watching, I’m just lucky. I’m a lucky guy. Thank god for what you do for me, and thank the fans for what you do for me’

    Sophomore success: Combs also won Album of the Year for his second studio album What You See Is What You Get, beating out Jon Pardi, Ashley McBryde, Old Dominion and Miranda Lambert

    Sophomore success: Combs also won Album of the Year for his second studio album What You See Is What You Get, beating out Jon Pardi, Ashley McBryde, Old Dominion and Miranda Lambert

    ‘There are so many amazing Black women who pioneered and continue to pioneer this genre, and I know they’re gonna come after me, they’ve come before me. But you’ve made this genre so, so beautiful. I hope you know we see you. Thank you for making me so inspired as a singer in this genre. And this has just been the most magical night! I get to go see my baby after this. Thank you Country Music, this means the world. Thank you!’ 

    Eric Church took home the big award of the evening, winning Entertainer of the Year against Luke Combs, Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban. 

    He said: ‘If there was ever a year not to win this award… I was thinking about this when I walked up here. This award, this year, at least for me, has been about the loss of this year. The loss of life, the loss of playing shows, the loss of freedom, the loss of kids being in school. 

    ‘And you know what the win is? The win is, we were all here tonight together, as country music, in person, live, not on Zoom. And I believe this, I really believe this. It’s gonna be music that brings us out of this. That is the one thing that is gonna save the entire world. 

    ‘Politicians are about division, and music is about unity. And I promise you, it’s gonna take everybody in this room to unite… I got a bunch of stuff to say, but I didn’t think I was gonna win this. So thank you guys very much.’

    Luke Combs won Male Vocalist of the Year for the second time, after he was up against Eric Church, Thomas Rhett, Chris Stapleton and Keith Urban.

    He said as he accepted the award: ‘I never know what to say up here, i don’t write speeches for these things. Let me tell you, my beautiful wife, thank you for always being there for me, through thick and thin, my family, my parents. I talked to my grandma on the phone yesterday. Grandma, I know you’re watching. I love you, I told you I’d say “I love you” if I won anything.   

    ‘I don’t deserve this anymore than anybody else in this category. Especially, this year has been so crazy, and I know everybody in this category worked their a** off. Thomas, Eric, everybody watching, I’m just lucky. I’m a lucky guy. Thank god for what you do for me, and thank the fans for what you do for me. I love country music, I love everybody in this category, and I wish we all could win. I love you guys so much, thank you guys.’

    Combs also won Album of the Year for his second studio album What You See Is What You Get, beating out Jon Pardi, Ashley McBryde, Old Dominion and Miranda Lambert.

    Shortly after performing onstage, Morgan Wallen took home New Artist of the Year, beating out Jimmie Allen, Ingrid Andress, Gabby Barrett and Carly Pearce. 

    New kid: Shortly after performing onstage, Morgan Wallen took home New Artist of the Year, beating out Jimmie Allen, Ingrid Andress, Gabby Barrett and Carly Pearce

    New kid: Shortly after performing onstage, Morgan Wallen took home New Artist of the Year, beating out Jimmie Allen, Ingrid Andress, Gabby Barrett and Carly Pearce

    Group effort: Old Dominion landed Vocal Group of the Year, stealing the trophy from Lady A, Little Big Town, Midland and Rascal Flatts

    Group effort: Old Dominion landed Vocal Group of the Year, stealing the trophy from Lady A, Little Big Town, Midland and Rascal Flatts

    Dynamic duo: Dan + Shay won the award for Vocal Duo of the Year, for which Brooks & Dunn, Brothers Osborne, Florida Georgia Line and Maddie & Tae were also nominated

    50 years later: It was noted prior to their speech that this show marks the 50th year of this category, which first went to Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton back in 1970

    Dynamic duo: Dan + Shay won the award for Vocal Duo of the Year, for which Brooks & Dunn, Brothers Osborne, Florida Georgia Line and Maddie & Tae were also nominated. It was noted prior to their speech that this show marks the 50th year of this category, which first went to Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton back in 1970

    California boys: The duo that consists of Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney accepted the award via telecast from Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, where they previously graced the audience with a performance of their track 10,000 Hours, for which they were joined by Justin Bieber

    California boys: The duo that consists of Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney accepted the award via telecast from Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, where they previously graced the audience with a performance of their track 10,000 Hours, for which they were joined by Justin Bieber

    Old Dominion landed Vocal Group of the Year, stealing the trophy from Lady A, Little Big Town, Midland and Rascal Flatts. 

    Dan + Shay won the award for Vocal Duo of the Year, for which Brooks & Dunn, Brothers Osborne, Florida Georgia Line and Maddie & Tae were also nominated.

    The duo that consists of Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney accepted the award via telecast from Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, where they previously graced the audience with a performance of their track 10,000 Hours, for which they were joined by Justin Bieber. 

    It was noted prior to their speech that this show marks the 50th year of this category, which first went to Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton back in 1970.

    This year’s Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award was presented by Jimmie Allen to country legend Charley Pride, whose hits include Mountain of Love and Roll On Mississippi.

    Allen took to the stage with a musical tribute to the Black country icon, before Pride himself joined the rising artist, as they sang his song Kiss an Angel Good Morning. 

    The 86-year-old then gave his speech: ‘You might not believe it, but I’m as nervous as I can be. First of all, I wanna thank CMA for this award. Like I said, I’m a little nervous, but I put a little something down I have to say.

    ‘Of all the people who’ve been influenced by what my life has been influenced by, I got to say something about some of them. The first one is Jack Johnson, Jack Clement. These are the people that have influenced my whole life in this business. And this man, I’ve been awed by him, and I still am. 

    ‘My wife Rozene and I would go and visit him. In fact, the last time we visited him, before he passed away, he would always say, “Rozene, you so pretty.” And I never have forgotten that. Jerry Bradley, I worked with him a lot, give him a nice round of applause. 

    ‘And we got John Daines, about 37 years he was with me. He booked me everywhere I went. He was from England, and he was a fine fellow. Bless his heart, he’s got that Alzheimer’s. All my fans, I wanna say thank you… and well, I’m through talking, I guess. Just gonna thank everybody again. Like I said, I’m nervous.’

    Lifetime Achievement: This year's Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award was presented by Jimmie Allen to country legend Charley Pride, whose hits include Mountain of Love and Roll On Mississippi

    Lifetime Achievement: This year’s Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award was presented by Jimmie Allen to country legend Charley Pride, whose hits include Mountain of Love and Roll On Mississippi 

    Beautiful duet: Allen took to the stage with a musical tribute to the Black country icon, before Pride himself joined the rising artist, as they sang his song Kiss an Angel Good Morning

    Beautiful duet: Allen took to the stage with a musical tribute to the Black country icon, before Pride himself joined the rising artist, as they sang his song Kiss an Angel Good Morning

    Nervous speaker: The 86-year-old then gave his speech: 'You might not believe it, but I'm as nervous as I can be. First of all, I wanna thank CMA for this award. Like I said, I'm a little nervous, but I put a little something down I have to say'

    Nervous speaker: The 86-year-old then gave his speech: ‘You might not believe it, but I’m as nervous as I can be. First of all, I wanna thank CMA for this award. Like I said, I’m a little nervous, but I put a little something down I have to say’

    Biggest influences: He continued: 'Of all the people who've been influenced by what my life has been influenced by, I got to say something about some of them.

    In awe: 'The first one is Jack Johnson, Jack Clement. These are the people that have influenced my whole life in this business. And this man, I've been awed by him, and I still am'

    Biggest influences: He continued: ‘Of all the people who’ve been influenced by what my life has been influenced by, I got to say something about some of them. The first one is Jack Johnson, Jack Clement. These are the people that have influenced my whole life in this business. And this man, I’ve been awed by him, and I still am’

    Fan favorite: He also thanked Jerry Bradley and John Daines, before concluding: 'All my fans, I wanna say thank you... and well, I'm through talking, I guess. Just gonna thank everybody again. Like I said, I'm nervous'

    Fan favorite: He also thanked Jerry Bradley and John Daines, before concluding: ‘All my fans, I wanna say thank you… and well, I’m through talking, I guess. Just gonna thank everybody again. Like I said, I’m nervous’

    The late Charlie Daniels, immortalized by his song Devil Went Down to Georgia was also honored in song, along with country greats Joe Diffie and Kenny Rogers.  

    Following Miranda Lambert, Luke Combs and Dan + Shay’s Dan Smyers racked up some of the most nominations, with six nods each.

    In addition to earning five nominations for the duo, Smyers also earned recognition as a producer, while Justin Bieber was able to earn three nominations for their collab 10,000 Hours.  

    The evening featured a star-studded lineup of both in-person and pre-taped performances, while taking precautions against COVID-19.

    Nominees and their guests made up a sparse, socially-distanced audience, while other recent awards shows have gone ahead with no spectators at all.

    It came after Lee Brice and Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard dropped out of their appearances, testing positive for the coronavirus. 

    Reba McEntire and Darius Rucker took over the reins from 12-time host Carrie Underwood, emceeing the live socially-distanced event from the Music City Center in Nashville.  

    The Fancy artist said in a statement: ‘I’m thrilled to be back hosting the CMA Awards and even more thrilled that I get to share the stage with Darius Rucker. We’re looking forward to a night of celebrating great country music and hope you’ll tune in and watch!’

    Rucker echoed the sentiment: ‘I look forward to the CMA Awards every year because of the incredible performances and the opportunity to celebrate the year in country music. 

    ‘To be invited to host this year’s awards alongside Reba — are you kidding me?! — it is an absolute honor. Even though this year will look a little different than normal, I know that we’re all eager for a night of musical celebration, and this year’s show definitely won’t disappoint!’

    Hosts with the most: Reba McEntire and Darius Rucker hit the stage Wednesday to cohost the 2020 Country Music Association Awards

    Hosts with the most: Reba McEntire and Darius Rucker hit the stage Wednesday to cohost the 2020 Country Music Association Awards

    Hot date: Maren Morris spent some alone time together in her trailer before the awards show kicked off

    Hot date: Maren Morris spent some alone time together in her trailer before the awards show kicked off

    Gal pals: Morris also caught up with pal Miranda Lambert, who led the evening with seven nominations

    Gal pals: Morris also caught up with pal Miranda Lambert, who led the evening with seven nominations

    Playing it safe: They took precautions against COVID-19, carrying plastic face shields until they took their seats

    Playing it safe: They took precautions against COVID-19, carrying plastic face shields until they took their seats

    CMA Awards Winners 2020

    Entertainer of the Year

    Eric Church – WINNER

    Miranda Lambert

    Carrie Underwood

    Keith Urban

    Luke Combs

    Miranda Lambert earned seven nods, the most of the entire awards

    Miranda Lambert earned seven nods, the most of the entire awards

     

    Female Vocalist of the Year

    Miranda Lambert

    Ashley McBryde

    Maren Morris – WINNER

    Kacey Musgraves

    Carrie Underwood

    Maren Morris has been honored with five nominations

    Maren Morris has been honored with five nominations 

     

    Male Vocalist of the Year

    Eric Church

    Luke Combs – WINNER

    Thomas Rhett

    Chris Stapleton

    Keith Urban

    Luke Combs is up for six awards

    Luke Combs is up for six awards

     

    Vocal Group of the Year

    Lady A

    Little Big Town

    Midland

    Old Dominion – WINNER

    Rascal Flatts

    Old Dominion has two nominations

    Old Dominion has two nominations 

     

    Vocal Duo of the Year

    Brooks & Dunn

    Brothers Osborne

    Dan + Shay – WINNER

    Florida Georgia Line

    Maddie & Tae

    Dan + Shay's Dan Smyers (left) has six nominations. In addition to earning five nominations for the duo, Smyers earned extra recognition as a producer

    Dan + Shay’s Dan Smyers (left) has six nominations. In addition to earning five nominations for the duo, Smyers earned extra recognition as a producer

     

    New Artist of the Year

    Jimmie Allen

    Ingrid Andress

    Gabby Barrett

    Morgan Wallen – WINNER

    Carly Pearce

    Morgan Wallen earned one nod

    Morgan Wallen earned one nod

     

    Album of the Year

    Jon Pardi – Heartache Medication

    Ashley McBryde – Never Will

    Old Dominion – Old Dominion

    Miranda Lambert – Wildcard

    Luke Combs – What You See Is What You Get – WINNER

    Ashley McBryde is nominated for Album Of The Year and four other honors

    Ashley McBryde is nominated for Album Of The Year and four other honors

     

    Song of the Year

    Bluebird – Miranda Lambert

    The Bones – Maren Morris – WINNER

    Even Though I’m Leaving – Luke Combs

    I Hope You’re Happy Now – Carly Pearce and Lee Brice

    More Hearts Than Mine – Ingrid Andress

    Ingrid Andress has two nominations

    Ingrid Andress has two nominations

    Single of the Year

    I Hope – Gabby Barrett

    Beer Never Broke My Heart – Luke Combs

    10,000 Hours – Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber

    Bluebird – Miranda Lambert

    The Bones – Maren Morris – WINNER

    Justin Bieber secured three nominations this year

    Justin Bieber secured three nominations this year

     

    Musical Event of the Year

    10,000 Hours – Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber

    Be a Light – Thomas Rhett with Reba McEntire, Lady A, Chris Tomlin and Keith Urban

    The Bones – Maren Morris feat. Hozier

    Fooled Around and Fell in Love – Miranda Lambert with Maren Morris, Ashley McBryde, Tenille Townes, Caylee Hammack and Elle King 

    I Hope You’re Happy Now – Carly Pearce and Lee Brice – WINNER  

    Carly Pearce and Lee Brice won Musical Event Of The Year for I Hope You're Happy Now

    Carly Pearce and Lee Brice won Musical Event Of The Year for I Hope You’re Happy Now

     

    Music Video of the Year

    10,000 Hours – Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber 

    Bluebird – Miranda Lambert – WINNER

    Homemade – Jake Owen

    I Hope You’re Happy Now – Carly Pearce and Lee Brice

    Second One to Know – Chris Stapleton

    Lambert won Music Video of the Year for her song Bluebird

    Lambert won Music Video of the Year for her song Bluebird

     

    Musician of the Year

    Jenee Fleenor (Fiddle) – WINNER

    Paul Franklin (Steel Guitar)

    Rob McNelley (Guitar)

    Ilya Toshinsky (Guitar)

    Derek Wells (Guitar)

    Fiddleist Jenee Fleenor is nominated for Musician of the Year

    Fiddleist Jenee Fleenor is nominated for Musician of the Year

     

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