Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert Lead CMT Awards Pack
With five, four and three nods respectively, start considering a CMT Awards drinking game based on hearing "Carrie Underwood", "Miranda Lambert" and "Taylor Swift" repeatedly June 6.
As announced this morning on NBC's "Today", Underwood's five nominations include her videos for singles "Good Girl" and the Brad Paisley collaboration "Remind Me" among the 10 clips seeking Video of the Year honors. Elsewhere, she'll be seeking statues for Female Video, CMT Performance and Collaborative Video of the Year.
Among the Video of the Year hopefuls, she'll be chasing the honor alongside Lambert's own "Over You" and Swift's "The Hunger Games" soundtrack contribution with The Civil Wars "Safe & Sound".
As a solo artist, Lambert is also up against Underwood in the Female Video field, but she and Pistol Annies mates Angaleena Presley and Ashley Monroe are after Group Video and Breakthrought Video honors with their collaboration "Hell on Heels".
Competing against the three lovely blondes and seeking Video of the Year bragging rights: Aldean's "Dirt Road Anthem"; Kenny Chesney's clip for "You and Tequila"; the Toby Keith video "Red Solo Cup"; Lady Antebellum's "We Owned The Night"; Rascal Flatt's Natasha Beddingfield collaboration "Easy"; and finally, Blake Shelton's "God Gave Me You".
The awards are determined by a fan vote that opened this morning at CMT.com, and will remain open until June 4.