Carrie Scores Three AMAs

Carrie Underwood was the big winner at the fan-voted American Music Awards, Nov. 18, as she took home three of the night’s top honors.

Carrie won two awards in the Country category, Favorite Female Artist and Favorite Album for Some Hearts, along with the all-genre interactive T-Mobile Text-In Award. Other awards in the Country category went to Rascal Flatts for Favorite Band, Duo or Group and Tim McGraw, Favorite Male Artist. The show from Los Angeles was packed with performances, including R&B star Beyonce joining Sugarland in a bluegrass version of her hit, “Irreplaceable.” Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles noted that the duo often performs the song in concert. “A good thing about a good song is that it can be played in any genre,” Jennifer told the Associated Press.

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