How well do you know your awards show alphabet? There's the ACMs and CMAs. We used to celebrate the ACAs, but now we embrace the ACCAs instead. The VMAs, BMAs, PCAs, CMTs, STDs … Okay, we made that last one up, but come 2016, who knows?
Christmas has arrived, and boy does it look good dressed in a ten-gallon hat and some sparkles! The 2014 'CMA Country Christmas' special aired Monday night (Dec. 1) and delivered gift after gift in the form of country's biggest stars singing holiday staples.
The 2014 CMA Awards were almost two separate shows. The first half featured pop artists and country music's leading ladies dominating the stage and podium when winners names were called. The second half was a return to traditional with its performers and winners. As for the best moments from the night? This Top 5 Moments From the 2014 CMA Awards video highlights all that went right during country's biggest night.
The CMA Awards are known as Country Music's Biggest Night for a reason. Legendary country stars showed up to sing in 2014, but country's young bucks -- the newcomers -- also got their time in the spotlight. Relive some of the best performances of the night via our photo gallery capturing the action.
Maybe it's just Paul, but Miranda Lambert sure didn't look very happy last night at the CMA's. Could there be trouble in paradise for her and husband Blake Shelton? We hope we're wrong, but Paul knows an angry woman when he sees one
The 2014 CMA Music Awards brought out the best in country music, which also meant the best in fashion. Most country stars dress to the nines for Country Music's Biggest Night, and this year, there were so many who took our breath away!
Sure, high fashion was in attendance at the 2014 CMA Awards, but not everyone got the memo. As much as we love 'em for their music, these folks left a lot to be desired on the red carpet, looks-wise. Do you agree with our picks for the 2014 CMA Awards Worst Dressed list?
The Doobie Brothers hosted a party from the stage at the 2014 CMA Awards with two lively performances of their classics ‘Listen to the Music’ and ‘Takin’ It to the Streets,' featuring Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum, Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland, and Hunter Hayes.
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