KEITH URBAN, GRETCHEN WILSON, BIG WINNERS

Last night at the CMT Music Awards, Keith Urban's video for "Days Go By" was named Video of the Year, and Gretchen Wilson was the night's only double winner. She took home two buckle-shaped trophies for Female Video of the Year for "When I Think About Cheatin'" and Breakthrough Video of the Year for "Redneck Woman." One video, however, also won two honors-Brad Paisley's and Alison Krauss' "Whiskey Lullaby" won Collaborative Video of the Year and the clip's director, NYPD Blue star Rick Schroder, won Video Director of the Year. Performance highlights included Gretchen singing "Crazy On You" with Heart and surprise performer Trisha Yearwood singing her new single, "Georgia Rain." Other winners included Kenny Chesney, Male Video of the Year for "I Go Back"; Rascal Flatts, Group/Duo Video of the Year for "Feels Like Today"; Toby Keith, Hottest Video of the Year for "Whiskey Girl"; and Tim McGraw, Most Inspiring Video of the Year for "Live Like You Were Dying."

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