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CMA Awards 2018: See All the Stars on the Red Carpet

CMA Awards 2018: See All the Stars on the Red Carpet

ABC dominated Wednesday night, topping all six half hours in total viewers and in the demo, with its three- hour telecast of The 52nd Annual CMA Awards (2.1 demo rating, 10.1 million viewers) which was the night's No. 1 TV program.

You were probably too focused on Keith Urban to notice Luke Bryan's enthusiastic reaction to losing the CMA Entertainer of the Year award. "I'm shocked beyond shocked". "Thank you country music family.It's all about family around here".

"I wish my dad was alive to see this", the Australian performer said.

"Thank you God. I have been blessed with so much in my life", she said. Thank you, all of you, for coming out and god bless country music.

"If this was in Florida there definitely would be a recount", added T.J. Osborne, which earned laughs from the audience.




Kacey Musgraves, the only woman nominated for album of the year, won the prize for "Golden Hour". He also won Music Video of the Year for "Fire Away" in 2016.

"This is really, really insane timing - 10 years ago today I moved to Nashville". She specializes in pop culture, country music, and news content. "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".

A pregnant Underwood, one of country music's biggest celebrities, chose the live televised show in Nashville to reveal for the first time that the second child she is expecting is a boy.

Veteran performer Ricky Skaggs, right, was joined by a host of others, including co-host Brad Paisley, on-stage.