CMT Reveals Top Six ‘Video of the Year’ Nominees
CMT has revealed the top 6 finalists vying for the “Video of the Year” award at the 2023 CMT Music Awards, with fan voting now open at vote.cmt.com.
The final six “Video of the Year” nominees are:
- Blake Shelton – “No Body”
- Carrie Underwood – “Hate My Heart”
- Cody Johnson – “Human”
- HARDY feat. Lainey Wilson – “wait in the truck”
- Kane Brown & Katelyn Brown – “Thank God”
- Morgan Wallen – “You Proof”
Over the past three weeks, fans have cast their votes across all categories, including “Video of the Year,” narrowing down to the top six finalists from the original list of 16 nominees. On the morning of Sunday, April 2nd, these six will be narrowed down to the top three, with voting continuing through the live show, leading up to the big reveal at the end of the night.
Since 2002, CMT’s Video of the Year award has been given out, and the first winner of the honor was Kenny Chesney for 2002’s “Young” video. Carrie Underwood won her first Video of the Year award in 2007 for “Before He Cheats.” Carrie has won the Video of the Year award ten times, including her win with Jason Aldean last year (2022) for their video “If I Didn’t Love You.”
RELATED: Kelsea Ballerini Will Host the 2023 CMT Music Awards in Texas
Kane Brown is set to return as co-host of the 2023 CMT Music Awards, alongside Kelsea Ballerini. The show will take place live from Moody Center in Austin on Sunday, April 2nd (8:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT). The CMT Awards premieres on the CBS Television Network and is available to stream live and on-demand on Paramount+.
Brown will also perform and will team with his wife Katelyn Brown for the broadcast world premiere of their multi-week #1 hit single, “Thank God.” The history-making duet cements the Browns as the second married couple in country music history to earn a #1 on Billboard and Aircheck charts. The first was Tim McGraw and Faith Hill with 1997’s “It’s Your Love.”
Kane will make his acting debut on the hit new drama Fire Country on Friday (4/7) on CBS. Brown will play Robin, an enigmatic, modern-day train hopper who helps injured patients on the scene of a crash.