It's time for the CMA Awards again, and the list of winners has been announced.
It's no surprise that Carrie Underwood made it to the list again this year, alongside Keith Urban, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Chris Stapleton, and Mac McAnally.
Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa. More details about the awards and the winners can be found below.
Underwood hosted this year's even with Brad Paisley by her side, live from Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.
Underwood showed off her baby bump in a tight black outfit that she paired with a shocking pink jacket.
She is expecting her second child, a boy, with husband, Mike Fisher. The couple also shares three-year-old Isaiah, who is so looking forward to being a big brother.
Her co-host Paisley let it slip that the couple is expecting a boy. He poked fun of himself – and Fisher – when he said:
“Hey, you remember last time when I accidentally revealed the gender of your baby? Tonight, we’re going to reveal something even more exciting. Who the father is. Mike, we’re all rooting for you, buddy. What’s your gut feeling, here, Carrie?"
Chris Staple stole the limelight this year, named for the most nominations and walking away with the Song Of The Year Award and as well as Single Of The Year for "Broken Halos."
The Entertainer Of The Year Award went to none other than Keith Urban, and Underwood still reigned as the Queen of Country with the Female Vocalist Of The Year Award.
Urban swept the award out from under the noses of Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, and Chris Stapleton.
Meanwhile, Underwood went up against Kelsea Ballerini, Miranda Lambert, Maren Morris and Kacey Musgraves for the Female Vocalist Of The Year award.
Perhaps not as well known but definitely worth keeping an eye out is the Brothers Osborne, who walked away with the Vocal Duo Of The Year Award.
The prestigious Musician Of The Year Award went to the legendary Mac McAnally, who has a career spanning more than four decades.
The Music Video Of The Year Award went to none other than Thomas Rhett, for his song and video "Marry Me."