Carrie Underwood cleaned up on Wednesday night at the CMT Music Awards in Nashville, Tennessee.
The 32-year-old country star won a leading three awards including Video of the Year for the fourth straight year during the celebration at the Bridgestone Arena.
‘It’s my first award show since little Isaiah has been in the world,’ Underwood said while accepting her second buckle for Female Video of the Year in reference to her son born on February 27.
‘I’m sure he’s napping on the bus right now. He already has inspired me so much, as well as my husband, Mike,’ she said in a nod to her pro hockey player husband Mike Fisher.
Underwood took home the first award of the night as she won Collaborative Video of the Year for her Somethin’ Bad duet with Miranda Lambert.
‘This is so amazing,’ Underwood said during the awards ceremony broadcast live on the CMT channel. ‘I, of course, accept this award on behalf of the one and only Miranda Lambert.’