Carrie Underwood Wins Big at Teen Choice Awards
Carrie Underwood was the big country winner at Sunday night's Teen Choice Awards. Out of the two country-specific categories, the star took home the winning surfboard for both.
The 32-year-old pocketed a fan-voted award for Teen Choice Country Artist, as well as for Teen Choice Country Song with her chart-topping single "Little Toy Guns." Underwood wasn't able to attend the event, but she still got the news and shared her excitement from her tour bus on her way to play a state fair.
"Wow! On a bus headed to Iowa & the TV is out, but got word I won TWO #TeenChoiceAwards THANK YOU!!!" Underwood said.
This will tally up to Underwood's third and fourth wins at the Teen Choice Awards, though she's received 18 nominations for various awards at the show over the past decade. She won Teen Choice Female TV Reality/Variety Star in 2005 and Teen Choice Female Red Carpet Fashion Icon in 2008.
Underwood had to beat out some pretty tough competition to win this year's Teen Choice Country Artist, including gal-pal Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Hunter Hayes and Blake Shelton. Underwood won favor over teens for the best country song among some pretty great tunes as well, including “21” by Hayes, “Kick the Dust Up” by Bryan, “Sippin on Fire” by Florida Georiga Line, “Take Your Time” by Sam Hunt and “That Ghost” by Megan and Liz.
A full list of nominees and winners from the evening can be found here.
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