It was a big night for Carrie Underwood at last night’s CMT Music Awards.
For the second year in a row, the former American Idol winner took home video of the year for “Blown Away” — an award that the fans vote for.
And naturally, she took to Twitter to thank her supporters for the CMTs win.
What a great night! :) thanks, for making this happen! You all are so good to me...WOW! :) twitter.com/carrieunderwoo…— Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) June 6, 2013
What a great night! :) thanks, for making this happen! You all are so good to me...WOW! :) twitter.com/carrieunderwoo…
Carrie is the top winner in CMT Awards history with 10 wins under her belt, including four for video of the year.
“The good Lord has been very good to me — well, to all of us in this room — for a very long time,” she told the crowd after her win.
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Before accepting the award, the 30-year-old blonde beauty paid an emotional tribute to the Oklahoma tornado victims, singing her new song “See You Again.” Two dozen choir members from Nashville’s Christ Church joined her onstage.
"The people in Oklahoma are really great," said the songstress, who grew up in Checotah – about 115 miles east of Oklahoma City where the Tornados hit. "Tornado season is something that we're all used to but you can never fully prepare for it. It takes what it wants and it knocks down what it wants and there's nothing you can do about it except just try to be prepared. They're just wonderful people and they're going to rebuild and they're going to bounce back stronger than ever."
Following the natural disaster in May, Carrie donated $1 million to the relief efforts.
Check out her show-stopping performance from last night below:
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