Thursday, 11 November 2010 14:42
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It was a big night for Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton and Brad Paisley Wednesday at the 44th CMAs.

The Country Music Awards put the spotlight on Lambert, who took the Best Female Vocalist, album of the year for “Revolution,” and for video (which she shared with director Trey Fanjoy).

Shelton grabbed Male Vocalist of the Year and

Musical Event of the Year for “Hillbilly Bone.”

Co-host Brad Paisley took Entertainer of the Year.

but the world seemed to revolve around Lambert who led all nominees with nine, and performed "That's The Way That the World Goes Round" and joined Loretta Lynn and Sheryl Crow for a rendition of Lynn's classic "Coal Miner's Daughter."

For the complete list of awards see below.

MSNBC reported "country music's "it" couple this year after their spring engagement, Lambert and Shelton cleaned up while winning their first CMA awards. Lambert won female vocalist of the year, album of the


year for "Revolution" and video of the year for "The House That Built Me," which also scored song of the year for songwriters Tom Douglas and Allan Shamblin.

"She landed her first No. 1 songs, "White Liar" and "The House That Built Me," took three trophies at The Academy of Country Music Awards in April, including album of the year, and recently reached 1 million in sales."

■New Artist of the Year: Zac Brown Band
■Vocal Group of the Year: Lady Antebellum
■Vocal Duo of the Year: Sugarland
■Single of the Year: “Need You Now” – Lady Antebellum
■Song of the Year: “House That Built Me” – Miranda Lambert
■Music Video of the Year: “House That Built Me” – Miranda Lambert
■Musician of the Year: Mac McAnally
■Entertainer of the Year: Brad Paisley
■Female Vocalist of the Year: Miranda Lambert
■Male Vocalist of the Year: Blake Shelton
■Album of the Year: “Revolution” – Miranda Lambert
■Musical Event of the Year: “Hillbilly Bone” – Blake Shelton and Trace Adkins