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LET FREEDOM SING

The big winners at last night's Academy of Country Music Awards sang the praises of America. Alan Jackson, who took home three awards, was honored with song of the year for his Sept. 11-inspired ballad "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)." The duo of Brooks &#038 Dunn tied Jackson with three awards, including entertainer of the year and top country video for their patriotic song, "Only in America." Martina McBride grabbed the top female vocalist prize, and the soundtrack for the film O Brother, Where Art Thou? snagged album of the year. In one of the more unpatriotic moments of the evening, rapper Kid Rock uttered the phrase "Wassup b---h" during a duet of "The F-Word" with Hank Williams Jr.

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The big winners at last night's Academy of Country Music Awards sang the praises of America. Alan Jackson, who took home three awards, was honored with song of the year for his Sept. 11-inspired ballad "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)." The duo of Brooks &#038 Dunn tied Jackson with three awards, including entertainer of the year and top country video for their patriotic song, "Only in America." Martina McBride grabbed the top female vocalist prize, and the soundtrack for the film O Brother, Where Art Thou? snagged album of the year. In one of the more unpatriotic moments of the evening, rapper Kid Rock uttered the phrase "Wassup b---h" during a duet of "The F-Word" with Hank Williams Jr.