2017 CMT Award For ‘Female Video Of The Year’ Announced

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The highly anticipated 2017 CMT Awards has finally arrived and the results are beginning to be unveiled, including the highly coveted award of “Female Video of the Year.” The nominees for “Female Video Of The Year” are listed below:

Carrie Underwood, “Church Bells”
Kelsea Ballerini, “Peter Pan”
Lauren Alaina, “Road Less Traveled”
Maren Morris, “80s Mercedes”
Miranda Lambert, “Vice”
Reba McEntire, “Back to God”

While all nominees were deserving of the award in their own right, only one woman could take home the gold.

Fans were elated to hear that Underwood’s “Church Bells” was named the “Female Video of the Year!” The music video for the country music superstar’s revenge-laden country song  was shot during her Storyteller Tour in Lincoln, Nebraska. Since its release in May of 2016, the video has garnered a staggering 24.7 million views.

In addition to her impressive win for her work on “Church Bells,” Underwood also took home “Collaborative Video of the Year” for the part she played in Keith Urban’s video for “The Fighter.”

You can watch the video for “Church Bells” below!