To say that country music's biggest power couple, Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert, had a good night at the 46th annual CMA Awards Thursday, would be an understatement!
The lovebirds made history by winning Female and Male Vocalist of the Year for the third time in a row, as well as a joint statue for Song of the Year for "Over You" -- they are the first married couple to take the prize. In addition, Shelton also won the individual award for Entertainer of the Year.
The show, which was hosted for the fifth (!) time by Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley, had other big winners, including Eric Church for Album of the Year, ("Chief,") Little Big Town for Vocal Group and Single of the Year, ("Pontoon") Thompson Square for Vocal Duo of the Year and Hunter Hayes for New Artist of the Year.
The show featured performances from Taylor Swift, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, Vince Gill, Kelly Clarkson and Jason Aldean. The ceremony also featured a special tribute for Willie Nelson and gave the country crooner the first-ever CMA Lifetime Achievement Award.