KENNY WINS BIG, LOSES TIME

It was Kenny Chesney's time to shine last night, when he won the CMA awards for Entertainer of the Year and Album of the Year. But at the end of the show, Kenny wasn't even allowed to finish his acceptance speech before his microphone was turned off and the show ended. Other moments on the show included a shocked and emotional Keith Urban, who took home the Male Vocalist of the Year award; a teary-eyed Gretchen Wilson, who received a standing ovation for her performance and later won the Horizon award; Tim McGraw winning two awards for "Live Like You Were Dying;" and Martina McBride tying Reba McEntire's four-time win for Female Vocalist of the Year. Show hosts Brooks & Dunn repeated their win for Vocal Duo of the Year. For a complete list of winners, go to cmaworld.com.

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