Academy Of Country Music Awards 2010 Aired On CBSBy Sayantika Ghosh, Gaea News Network
Monday, April 19, 2010
LAS VEGAS, (GaeaTimes.com)- CBS aired the Academy of Country Music Awards 2010 that was held on April 18 Sunday. Reportedly, the Academy of Country Music Awards 2010 happens to be 45th ceremony of the prestigious country music award. The MGM Grand Arena of Las Vegas held the Academy of Country Music Awards 2010 with great pomp and show.
The nominations of Academy of Country Music Awards 2010 witnessed Lady Antebellum gracing the list all the way from the top as she pulled in seven nominations. Following her was Carrie Underwood along with Miranda Lambert who got six nominations. The 45th Academy of Country Music Awards 2010 had a new category called “Entertainer of the Year” introduced by ACM. The Academy of Country Music Awards 2010 had voting system newly introduced this year where fans participated in nominations and voting for their favorite musician. The voting system included a text voting method introduced by Ram Truck.
The new Category of Academy of Country Music Awards 2010 “Entertainer Of The Year” had Carrie Underwood winning the award by beating other prominent nominations like Keith Urban, George Strait, Kenny Chesney and Toby Keith. Brad Paisley received the award for the Best Male Vocalist of the Year. Miranda Lambert received the same award in the female category. Lady Antebellum, as expected ruled the roost of Academy of Country Music Awards 2010 with five awards out of her seven nominations. That included “Song of the Year,” “Need You Now”. Montgomery Gentry received the Humanitarian award. Miranda Lambert got the award for best video, “White Liar”. Luke Bryan won the best New Artist of the Year award.
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