Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert
It was a busy evening for country star Blake Shelton at Sunday's Academy of Country Music Awards. Not only did The Voice coach serve as the show's co-host alongside Reba McEntire, but he also took home the award for best male vocalist.
Shelton's wife, country singer Miranda Lambert, scored two trophies herself: best female vocalist and album of the year for "Four the Record."
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The evening's top honor, entertainer of the year, went to Taylor Swift
for the second year in a row.
"I am so amazed that the fans keep doing such incredibly nice things for me," Swift told reporters
backstage. "I just want to hug them all the time and thank them for everything — it really blows my mind,"
Sunday's show also played host to a first for any awards show ceremony: A couple was married, live on stage, while Martina McBride
and Pat Monahan
sang a duet of "Marry Me." McBride personally selected the couple, New Jersey residents Christina Davison and Frank Tucci, who met while grieving their respective late first spouses.
See the full list of winners here