Taylor Swift won Video of the Year award for her track Mine at the 2011 CMT Music Awards in Nashviille on Wednesday, June 8.
The country cutie, who is currently on tour, accepted the honor over a live satellite hookup in the midst of her concert in Milwaukee.
Newly wed Blake Shelton won two buckles, a first-time category win for Male Video of the Year ("Who Are You When I'm Not Looking"), and Best Web Video of the Year ("Kiss My Country Ass"), a new category for 2011.
Blake's wife, Miranda Lambert scored her second CMT Music Award for Female Video of the Year ("The House That Built Me").
Jimmy Buffett and Zac Brown Band took home the award for CMT Performance of the Year ("Margaritaville") from their recent pairing on CMT Crossroads.
Lady Antebellum won Group Video of the Year ("Hello World") for the second straight year; and The Band Perry claimed the USA Weekend Breakthrough Video of the Year ("If I Die Young").
The event was hosted by Kid Rock and opened with a pre-taped segment featuring Taylor Swift and Shania Twain as the iconic partners in crime, "Thelma and Louise."
The parody also featured "Glee's" Chord Overstreet, Donald Trump, Ron White, Kenny Rogers and Kid Rock.