Carrie Underwood Wins Big at the American Country Awards


2010 is definitely Carrie Underwood's year.

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The country superstar took home six awards last night at the first-ever American Country Awards in Las Vegas. Carrie took home the biggest award of the night, Artist of the Year, as well as Album of the Year, Female Singer of the Year, Touring Headline Package of the Year, and Female Music Video of the Year.

"We have had the most amazing year out on the road," Carrie said as she received the last award of the night (all of the awards were Fender guitars, natch). "Of course, we wouldn't be doing anything if it weren't for the people sitting out there in that audience, so to everyone that came out to see us and anybody else out here -- you guys are awesome."

Lady Antebellum followed closely behind Carrie with four awards, including Group/Duo of the Year.

All of the awards were based completely on fan voting, and other winners of the night included Blake Shelton, Easton Corbin, Josh Turner, Alan Jackson, Toby Keith, and Rascal Flatts.

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Photo: Courtesy of Arista Nashville

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