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Academy Of Country Music Awards In The Hollywood Minute

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  Original Published: 4/8/2013Las Vegas went country over the weekend for the 48th Academy of Country Music Awards. Andrew Spencer has a look at the night's big winners in Hollywood Minute. The stars of country music and more really put on a show at the ACM Awards in Las Vegas Sunday night. Performers included Brad Paisley and John Mayer, and Tim McGraw and Taylor Swift. Jewel, Kelly Clarkson and Stevie Wonder also took the stage. Miranda Lambert was one of the night's biggest winners and she got emotional after being named Female Vocalist of the Year. "Thank you so much for this," she exclaimed. She also won Song of the Year and Single Record of the Year fo "Over You," a song she wrote along with husband, Blake Shelton. "As a songwriter, having your songs and your lyrics recognized by your peers is pretty much as good as it gets," Lambert said. The award fo Album of the Year went to Eric Church. Jasn Aldean was named Male Vocalist of the Year. "I'm glad I get to sing for a living, I'm glad you guys dig it," Aldean said. Fans had the chance to cast their vote for Entertainer of the Year. Luke Bryan, who co-hosted the show with Blake Shelton, took home the top prize. "This is the defining moment of my life and it means the world to me, I will never take it for granted. I love you so much," Bryan said.  
   
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