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Luke Bryan Performs Drunk On You On CMT Awards Show

2012 CMT Music Awards - Luke Bryan
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Today, while doing my normal work stuff on the computer I noticed that Luke Bryan was one of the most searched topics on Google and Yahoo. Turns out the reason was because of his performance yesterday at the CMT Music Awards and everybody was talking about it.

Did you think this was the best performance of the night? Did another performance catch your eye? I was personally impressed with Rascal Flatts and Journey singing the classic “Don’t Stop Believing” and Eric Church’s performance of “Drink In My Hand”.

Check out all the performances here.

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