Country singer Keith Urban tried to take a stand for women with a special song at the recent CMA Awards. Stephen Colbert acknowledged Urban’s good intentions but spoofed his lyrics.
Country music superstars Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley hosted the 51st Annual "CMA Awards." And we soon learned that their claim of a "politics-free" show, was fake news as they teased Donald Trump with a parody song.
The Song of the Year at the Country Music Association Awards went to Taylor Swift — but she was in New York, preparing for "SNL," so Little Big Town collected it for her.
The presenters of the Country Music Awards show, Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley, performed a parody of Paisley's hit, "Before He Cheats," in a swipe at President Trump.
Brad Paisley gave the Country Music Association about three seconds to “do the right thing” and change its mind about a ban the award show placed on media questions about the Las Vegas shooting, guns and politics today — and CMA listened. The CMA rescinded its position soon after Paisley took to Twitter to bash the guidelines for press covering the 51st Annual CMA Awards ceremony on Wednesday. In 3…2….1…..,” this award show’s co-host tweeted.
Nominations for the 51st Annual CMA Awards were announced live today on “Good Morning America,” with Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban and Little Big Town topping the list of nominees, with five for nods Lambert and four for Urban and Little Big Town.Reigning CMA vocal duo of the year Brothers Osborne and rising country music stars Lauren Alaina and Dustin Lynch announced the nominees in 12 CMA Award categories live from the “GMA” studio in New York’s Times Square.Alaina heard her name read among the nominees for new artist of the year — her first CMA nomination. ...
Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley co-hosted the CMA Awards Wednesday night for the third year in a row, and the dynamic duo put together another great performance. After the opening musical medley, Carrie and Brad hit the stage and started cracking jokes, focusing the majority of their humor on this election.
From Reba to Randy, Maren to Miranda, Swift to Stapleton… these were the moments that dominated the 50th annual Country Music Association Awards, held Nov. 2 at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.