Carrie Underwood took home her 20th career CMT Music Award on Wednesday, continuing her reign as the most-awarded artist in the history of the show.
After winning the belt buckle for Female Video of the Year earlier in the evening and performing her latest single, “Southbound,” Underwood was crowned with the night’s top honor, Video of the Year, for her “Cry Pretty” music video.
“This was one [music video] that was very, very near and dear to my heart and very important to me,” the superstar shared following her big win.
She went on to thank her fans for voting for her time and time again.
“Fans thank you so much, I saw you guys doing the Twitter parties, getting together and doing your thing,” she said. “None of us would be able to do any of what we do if it’s not for you guys. You guys put us here. You guys keep us going let us live out our dreams, and I hope that we can give a fraction of that back to you every once in a while.”
Underwood took a break from her massive Cry Pretty Tour 360 to attend the CMT Music Awards. She’s also scheduled to perform at CMA Fest on Friday (June 7).