TOBY IS KING OF ACMS

The big winner at last night's ACM awards was Toby Keith, who took home four trophies -- Entertainer of the Year, Top Male Vocalist, Album of the Year for Shock 'n Y'All, and Video of the Year for "Beer For My Horses." Martina McBride captured her third Top Female Vocalist award, as well as the Home Depot Humanitarian Award. Other trophies went to "It's Five O'clock Somewhere" by Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett, which nabbed Single of the Year and Vocal Event of the Year. Rascal Flatts won Top Vocal Group for the second time, while Brooks & Dunn were named Vocal Duo. Dierks Bentley won Top New Artist, and Randy Travis' "Three Wooden Crosses," written by Douglas Johnson and Kim Williams, was voted Song of the Year.

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