At the 2017 CMT Music Awards in Nashville on Wednesday night, Urban walked away with four wins, including Video of the Year, Male Video of the Year, Collaborative Video of the Year and Social Superstar. Their performance at the awards show was more magical.
At this point, Kidman kept her cool, gazing lovingly at her husband with her cheeks a little flushed.
After first performing together previous year during a CMT Crossroads taping, they reunited onstage Wednesday night (June 7) for a spirited collaboration on Bryan's "Strip It Down" and Derulo's worldwide hit "Want to Want Me". Urban was the night's top victor, winning in each category: Male Video of the Year, Social Superstar of the Year, Video of the Year and Collaborative Video of the Year with Underwood. "I came over [to Bryan's house] in shiny white shoes and a white outfit, and he's all, 'Oh boy, you're going to get that dirty!' [and] gave me some new clothes".
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But she didn't leave the stage without shouting out to the Nashville Predators - her hubby Mike Fisher's team - as they head to the National Hockey League finals. Underwood won female video of the year for "Church Bells" and Little Big Town won group video of the year for "Better Man". "You've all heard Keith and Carrie sing their smash hit 'The Fighter, ' but I guarantee you've never heard it like this", CMT Awards host and Nashville actor Charles Esten said right before their performance.
The trio was joined on stage by guitar virtuoso Derek Trucks, a longtime collaborator with the Allman Brothers.