Keith Urban cleaned up at Wednesday night’s CMT Music Awards. He grabbed four trophies sweeping every category in which he was nominated including the Video of the Year Awardand Male Video of the Year for “Blue Ain’t Your Color.” He also picked up the Social Superstar award and the Collaborative Video of the Year for “The Fighter” with Carrie Underwood.  

Carrie was the only other multiple winner, taking home the Female Video of the Year award in addition to her win with Keith.

Here’s a list of the winners:

Group Video of the Year
Little Big Town – “Better Man”

Breakthrough Video of the Year
Lauren Alaina – “Road Less Traveled”

CMT Performance Video of the Year
Jason Derulo and Luke Bryan – “Want to Want Me”

Collaborative Video of the Year 
Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood – “The Fighter”

Male Video of the Year 
Keith Urban – “Blue Ain’t Your Color”

Duo Video of the Year
Florida Georgia Line – “H.O.L.Y”

Social Superstar
Keith Urban

Female Video of the Year
Carrie Underwood – “Church Bells”

Video of the Year
Keith Urban – “Blue Ain’t Your Color”

Performances:

  • Charles Kelley, Darius Rucker, Jason Aldean and Derek Trucks –a former member of The Allman Brothers Band — opened the show with a tribute to the late Gregg Allman, who died last month.
  • Brothers Osborne teamed up with Peter Frampton for an outdoor performance of the brothers’ latest single, “It Ain’t My Fault.”
  • The audience put on pink shades for Miranda Lambert‘s performance of “Pink Sunglasses.”
  • Thomas Rhett took on his latest, “Craving You,” without his duet partner Maren Morris.
  • Keith and Carrie performed a dreamy acoustic version of “The Fighter.”
  • Florida Georgia Line and the Chainsmokers sang their collaboration “Last Day Alive” atop the roof of the FGL House, Brian and Tyler‘s new entertainment venue.
  • Blake Shelton sang his latest, “Every Time I Hear That Song”
  • Brett Eldredge recruited a drum line for his new song, “Something I’m Good At.”
  • Little Big Town performed the soulful “When Someone Stops Loving You”
  • Luke Bryan and Jason Derulo sang a medley of “Strip it Down” and “Want to Want Me.”
  • Kelsea Ballerini debuted her new single, “Legends,” on the outdoor stage.
  • Lady Antebellum and Earth, Wind and Fire closed the show with “You Look Good” and “September.”