Carrie Underwood won Entertainer of the Year at Sunday's Academy of Country Music Awards on CBS. She's the first woman to get the honor twice.
Taylor Swift, initially considered a front-runner for the fan-voted Entertainer of the Year, came away with no awards Sunday night. She was nominated for five ACMs.
Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert, Brad Paisley and Luke Bryan were among the night's other winners. Get a full list of honorees by clicking on the link that accompanies this page.
Weigh in: Did Underwood deserve Entertainer of the Year, or should Swift have continued her awards show domination?
Here's what happened when we live-blogged the show:
8 p.m. - The show kicks off with a duet by Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert. They sing "Travelin' Band." Brad Paisley plays guitar! Then John Fogerty shows up! Now Charlie Daniels is on stage! OK, I think the opening number has officially reached musician capacity.
8:05 - Host Reba McEntire starts the show. First Tiger Woods/Jesse James reference of the night. Then McEntire says her dress, complete with a Spanx and more, has more special effects than "Avatar."
8:08 - Reba McEntire to Taylor Swift: "At least I can vote."
8:09 - George Strait couldn't be here tonight because of a family obligation. The Zac Brown Band will appear via satellite. They're on tour in the Middle East.
8:10 - Cher is in the house! She gets a standing ovation. She boasts about her country cred. Her head-to-toe black getup suggests otherwise. Cher, who claims she's talked to Merle Haggard about a possible duet, introduces a performance by Blake Shelton. My viewing partner thinks Cher is in her 70s. Wikipedia says she's 63.
8:12 - Blake Shelton sings "Hillbilly Bone" with Trace Adkins. They won vocal event of the year for that song.
8:15 - Billy Currington performs "That's How Country Boys Roll."
8:18 - Kenny Chesney sings "Ain't Back Yet." Man, this is like a men of country montage. Are we going to hand out any awards tonight?
8:27 - Faith Hill presents song of the year award. It goes to Lady Antebellum for "Need You Now."
8:30 - Laura Bell Bundy performs "Giddy On Up." I love this girl. This performance is very similar to the music video for this song, tons of theatrics. Remember, Laura Bell Bundy was the original Elle Woods in "Legally Blonde - The Musical."
8:40 - Toby Keith sings "Cryin' For Me (Wayman's Song)," a tribute to the late Wayman Tisdale. This is really sad.
8:45 - Time for some footage of Zac Brown Band's tour in the Middle East.
8:53 - Single record of the year goes to Lady Antebellum for "Need You Now."
9:00 - LL Cool J introduces a performance by Taylor Swift, who sings "Change." She's dressed in white and floating on a platform above the audience. The angel of the ACMs? We'll see. Whoa! White comes off and Taylor walks through the audience wearing a black getup. Now she's accompanied by a choir. I'm digging the spastic hair-flipping. She jumps into the crowd and is caught by a group of guys. They carry her out on her back. So dramatic.
9:06 - Julianne Hough presents Best New Artist. All the nominees -- Gloriana, Luke Bryan, Joey + Rory -- perform. The award goes to Luke Bryan.
9:12 - Lady Antebellum performs "American Honey." It's a nice, restrained performance. I'm happy for them.
9:21 - Rascal Flatts performs "Unstoppable."
9:25 - Kristen Bell presents album of the year. The award goes to "Revolution" by Miranda Lambert. She tries to give the record producer a chance to talk, but the music cuts him off. It was bound to happen.
9:28 - More Zac Brown Band footage
9:29 - Jason Aldean performs "Crazy Town."
9:40 - Miranda Lambert sings "The House That Built Me." This is awesome. No gimmicks, no backup dancers, no crazy lights. Just Miranda being great. Standing ovation.
9:43 - LeAnn Rimes presents Montgomery Gentry with the humanitarian award. They're very emotional. Volunteering rocks!
9:46 - Jack Ingram performs "Barbie Doll" featuring Dierks Bentley. Do I feel guilty for wanting to be one of those crazy girls on stage? No.
9:53 - Reba McEntire introduces a Carrie Underwood performance and notes Underwood is about to walk down the aisle. Reba says where she comes from, that means you're taking a trip to Walmart. Oh, Reba.
9:54 - Carrie Underwood performs "Temporary Home." She looks absolutely gorgeous, donning a floor-length puffy purple gown. It's not quite as dramatic as her gown from last year -- remember that red thing? -- but it's still pretty big. Flower petals fall from the ceiling at the end of the song.
9:59 - After singing, Carrie gets her triple crown award for her wins last year.
10:00 - ACM top vocal group goes to Lady Antebellum. Man, they are really sweeping tonight! "We will never forget this night," band member Charles Kelley says.
10:02 - Tim McGraw performs "Still."
10:11 - Brad Paisley sings "Water." He dives into a pool of water at the end of the performance.
10:16 - Matthew McConaughey takes the stage and randomly gives a pair of cowboy boots to Carrie Underwood. He also has a very uncomfortable discussion about conceiving a child. FYI, Those boots were a reference to an ACM incident last year when Carrie kind of hit on Matthew during an acceptance speech. She later apologized.
10:17 - Top male vocalist goes to Brad Paisley. He is still soaked.
10:24 - Brooks & Dunn -- in their LAST ACM PERFORMANCE EVER -- perform a fan-voted song: "My Maria." Yes! That was my pick! Too bad there are some serious sound issues with the microphone.
10:30 - Brooks & Dunn wins best vocal duo. Of course they do. They say they're in therapy with Brett Favre on how to waffle on their decision to split.
10:37 - Reba McEntire performs "Keep on Loving You."
10:41 - Miranda Lambert wins top female vocalist. Good choice.
10:45 - Randy Houser appears in a quick backstage promo during commercials. I interviewed him last Friday.
10:47 - Keith Urban performs "I'm In." This is some very weird camera work. A little fuzzy and erratic. I might as well be there working my Flip.
10:55 - Carrie Underwood wins the fan-voted Entertainer of the Year!
10:56 - Darius Rucker closes the show with "Forever Road." It's good, but again there are some sound problems. Nice explosion at the end, though.
11:00 - We're done! Thanks for reading.