Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the TeamThe Squad Performs the Signature Dance for the First TimeSeason 15 •
After making it through the auditioning and training process amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the dancers perform the team's signature pre-game routine for the first time as a squad.
S2Gather Around the Fire for New CMT Campfire Sessions
The soundtrack to summer arrives when CMT Campfire Sessions returns with Jason Aldean, Brandy Clark, Brett Eldredge, Old Dominion and more, starting Friday, July 15 at 10/9c.
Blane Howard - "Boot 'N' Rally"
Blane Howard plays for a buzzing bar crowd in his music video for "Boot 'N' Rally," a catchy song about pulling yourself up by your cowboy bootstraps.
Kenny Chesney - "Beer in Mexico"
Hitmaker Kenny Chesney closes out the CMT Music Awards 2022 with a performance of his classic song "Beer in Mexico."
Miranda Lambert - "If I Was a Cowboy"
Female Video of the Year winner Miranda Lambert ponders the life of an outlaw in her performance of "If I Was a Cowboy," live at the CMT Music Awards 2022.
Kane Brown - "One Mississippi"
Cohost Kane Brown sings his hit "One Mississippi" live at the CMT Music Awards 2022.
Jimmie Allen, Monica and Little Big Town - "Pray"
Jimmie Allen, Monica and Little Big Town get together at the CMT Music Awards 2022 to perform their song "Pray."
The Judds - "Love Can Build a Bridge"
Iconic mother-daughter duo The Judds reunite at the CMT Music Awards 2022 to perform their 1990s classic "Love Can Build a Bridge" in their first TV performance in 20 years.
Cody Johnson - "'Til You Can't"
Singer-songwriter Cody Johnson performs "'Til You Can't," his tune about seizing the moment, in the heart of downtown Nashville.
Maren Morris and Ryan Hurd - "I Can't Love You Anymore"
Maren Morris and Ryan Hurd take the stage at the CMT Music Awards 2022 to sing "I Can't Love You Anymore" from Morris's album "Humble Quest."
Kelsea Ballerini - "Heartfirst"
Singer-songwriter Kelsea Ballerini takes a break from hosting the CMT Music Awards 2022 to perform her song "Heartfirst."