The Biggest Moments from the CMT Music Awards 2021
Watch the best moments from the CMT Music Awards 2021, including memorable acceptance speeches from the night's biggest winners.
Mickey Guyton, Gladys Knight and Breland - Medley
Mickey Guyton enlists Gladys Knight and Breland for a medley performance of "Friendship Train" and "Cross Country" at the CMT Music Awards 2021.
Country Artists Show Their Gratitude
Carrie Underwood, Kelsea Ballerini, Kane Brown, Little Big Town, Chris Young and Dylan Scott thank fans, collaborators and family after winning awards at the CMT Music Awards 2021.
Carrie Underwood and John Legend Win Video of the Year
Carrie Underwood takes home the prize for 2021 Video of the Year for her song "Hallelujah" with John Legend.
Chris Young and Kane Brown - "Famous Friends"
CMT Music Awards co-host Kane Brown joins Chris Young for a performance of their track "Famous Friends" at the 2021 show.
Luke Bryan - "Down to One"
Luke Bryan delivers a performance of his single "Down to One" at the CMT Music Awards 2021.
Ingrid Andress and JP Saxe - "Lady Like" and "Like That"
Ingrid Andress and JP Saxe perform her song "Lady Like" and his song "Like That" together at the CMT Music Awards 2021.
Carrie Underwood and NEEDTOBREATHE - "I Wanna Remember"
Carrie Underwood and NEEDTOBREATHE team up to perform "I Wanna Remember" live at the CMT Music Awards 2021.
Lauren Alaina and Jon Pardi - "Getting Over Him"
Lauren Alaina and Jon Pardi treat viewers to their song "Getting Over Him" at the CMT Music Awards 2021.
H.E.R. and Chris Stapleton - "Hold On"
H.E.R. is joined live onstage with Chris Stapleton for a performance of "Hold On" at the CMT Music Awards 2021.
Kelsea Ballerini and Halsey Nab CMT Performance of the Year
Kelsea Ballerini accepts the award for 2021 CMT Performance of the Year for "The Other Girl," her duet with Halsey from the CMT Music Awards 2020.
Linda Martell Receives the CMT Equal Play Award
Linda Martell, a country music trailblazer, is honored with the Equal Play Award at the CMT Music Awards 2021 for her groundbreaking work as a woman of color in country music.