“Love Wins” and “Lose It” dominates this year’s Female and Male Best Video for the 2019 CMT Awards.
After weeks of seeking your votes on different platforms on the internet, the best female and male video of the year has finally been presented in last week’s CMT awards.
There were many truly amazing candidates for this year’s CMT awards, all of whom honestly deserves a win of their own. Unfortunately, there can only be one winner for every award category.
Many great music videos were pushed forward this year for best female video and best male video. I can confidently say that most of us probably had a hard time choosing our votes or at least felt bad that we chose one over the other. If you belong to the small percentage that was sure which video to vote for then good for ya! You’ve dodged our plight; I for one had to struggle with it.
Whatever we chose though, the results are in, the winners announced, and we have either rejoiced on it or were a bit disappointed. Either way, here are the results for this year’s CMT awards Best Female Video and Best Male Video, and just remember your choice not winning does not discount it in any way.
“Love Wins” and So Does Carrie
Carrie Underwood comes in as one of the bigger winners this year for not only winning the best video of the year for “Cry Pretty” but also winning the best female video for “Love Wins.” The renowned country star beat out the other 6 nominees, namely: Brandy Carlile, “The Joke;” Kacey Musgraves, “Space Cowboy;” Kelsea Ballerini, “Miss Me More;” Carly Pearce, “Closer To You;” Maren Morris, “GIRL” and Miranda Lambert, “Keeper of the Flame.”
In the end, Carrie Underwood took the big win, gaining her the Best Female Video of the Year.
No Losers in “Lose It” Just Wins
There was definitely no losing happening with Kane Brown with him winning this year’s best male video with “Lose It”. Kane Brown manages to beat the other 6 nominees which were: Luke Bryan, “Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset”; Thomas Rhett, “Life Changes”; Cole Swindell “Break Up In the End”; Eric Church, “Desperate Man”; Kenny Chesney, “Get Along” and Jason Aldean featuring Miranda Lambert, “Drowns the Whiskey.”
So, how did you like this year’s CMT Awards? Did you agree with the results or was there someone else you wished got the award? Regardless, this year’s awards has concluded and now it is time to see what new music comes up for next year’s awards.