12 June, 2017
The Australian artist, who is married to Hollywood star Nicole Kidman, also won male video, collaborative video and social superstar of the year at the Music City Center awards show. The duo took home the award for their collaboration on "Want You to Want Me" from CMT Crossroads.
Collaborative Video of the Year was shared between Urban and Underwood for their song "The Fighter".
Turning to Nicole, he said: "I love making videos, I love making records, I love writing songs, I love touring". And especially the videos. "That's survival", she added. "I remember when he first played it for me, and I started to cry because ... he writes these things-they come out of I don't know-and they're like handsome gifts", the 49-year-old actress said. The Australian musician also walked away with the Social Superstar award before being given the coveted honour of Video of the Year for his hit song Blue Ain't Your Color.
"Thank you to all the people who came out to see us on tour and were a part of this video".
As for the performers, it's a list that includes the likes of Thomas Rhett, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert, Brett Eldredge, and a whole lot of other familiar faces. Looking on in background right is presenter Reba McEntire. "He kind of lets me do my uncoordinated moves, and then he just gives a little tease, and all the girls scream".
"To the fans, for making this such a big hit".
This year, Bryan was back in the hunt for both Video of the Year and Male Video for "Huntin', Fishin, ' and Lovin' Every Day", which was the fourth single from the album. She paired the dramatic look with long, black earrings and a chic updo.
"I should have said that first".