You’ll Never Believe Who Was at Past CMT Music Awards

You Never Know Who Will Show Up

Every year, one of our favorite parts of the CMT Music Awards is waiting to see who will show up. Past CMT Awards have had some impressive (and surprising) guest lists, which leaves us wondering, who will steal the show this year?

While we ponder, let’s take a look back at our favorite party crashers from past CMT Awards.

  1. Pamela Anderson

    The bodacious blonde co-hosted the awards in 2003.

  2. The “Wrecking Ball” singer co-hosted and performed at the 2008 show.

  3. The pop star won collaborative video of the year with Rascal Flatts for “That Should Be Me” in 2011.

  4. Snoop Dogg

    The 2008 CMT Awards audience loved seeing Snoop Dog take the CMT stage with Jason Aldean.

  5. Bon Jovi

    Bon Jovi not only presented at the 2007 show but also took home collaborative video of the year in 2006 (with Jennifer Nettles) and 2008 (with LeAnn Rimes).

  6. The R&B singer was a presenter in 2008.

  7. Carrot Top

    The famous redhead graced us with his presence in 2002.

  8. T-Pain

    T-Pain debuted his unforgettable duet with Taylor Swift called “Thug Story” at the 2009 show.

  9. John Corbett

    The Sex and the City star presented buckles in 2004 and 2006. Corbett will be coming back to CMT this month on season one of Still The King.

  10. Tony Hawk

    The professional skateboarder presented back in 2012.

  11. Shawn Johnson

    The olympic gold-medalist slayed the CMT awards red carpet back in 2009.

  12. Karolina Kurkova

    The gorgeous model had jaws dropping at the 2009 show.

  13. Snooki and the Situation from Jersey Shore

    The party animals presented with Paula Deen at the 2010 show.

  14. Arnold Shwarzenegger

    The actor and former California governor made an unforgettable cameo in the 2015 opening sketch and presented a buckle to Carrie Underwood.

  15. The “Thong Song” singer brought his unforgettable style to the show in 2008.

  16. Wilmer Valderrama

    Valderrama presented at the 2003 CMT Flameworthy Awards.

  17. James Van Der Beek

    The meme king presented at the 2014 show.

Tune in to the CMT Music Awards on June 8 to see who pops up this year.

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