How To Watch 2022 CMT Music Awards Tonight?


The CMT Music Awards, which is the country’s version of MTV’s VMAs, is known for its surprises. It has a past filled with amazing memories, with the first ever edition traced to a distant 1967.

Its 2019 and the show to celebrate the musicians that have worked hard during the year in review is here again for your viewing pleasure. Below is all you need to know about the 2019 CMT Music Awards:


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How Can I Watch The 2019 CMT Music Awards?

The 2019 CMT Music Awards will be live from Bridgestone Arena in Nashville at 8:00 p.m. ET 01:00 Thursday, in Nigeria on CMT. Whoever plans to watch can check the show out on CMT.com and through the CMT application. Your TVE login details is required though.

Who Is Hosting The 2019 CMT Music Awards?

Little Big Town will host for the 2nd straight year. The only nomination in 2022 is “Summer Fever,” which was performed during the same show last year. Little Big Town’s latest jam is the beautiful track titled “The Daughters,” that concentrates on gender inequality.

Who Is Nominated At The 2019 CMT Music Awards?

With three nominations each, Miranda Lambert, Brothers Osborne, Maren Morris and Zac Brown Band lead the way this year. The artists nominated for the first time are Grammy Award winner Brandi Carlile, soul star, Leon Bridges and Ashley McBryde, who is in the “Breakthrough Video of the Year” category for the jam, “Girl Goin.”


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Who Are The Video Of The Year Finalists?

Every year, when the show is about to go down, the award’s main honor is trimmed down from twelve to 5 finalists.

The videos that made the list this year include Cry Pretty” (Carrie Underwood); “Drunk Girl” (Chris Janson); “Break Up in the End” (Cole Swindell); “Speechless” (Dan + Shay); “Burning Man” (Dierks Bentley feat. Brothers Osborne); “Desperate Man” (Eric Church); “Simple” (Florida Georgia Line); “Rainbow” (Kacey Musgraves); “Good as You” (Kane Brown); “Coming Home” (Keith Urban feat. Julia Michaels); “Miss Me More” (Kelsea Ballerini); “She Got the Best of Me” (Luke Combs); “Girl” (Maren Morris); and “Someone I Used to Know” (Zac Brown Band).

Those watching are allowed to vote through Twitter as they show is being aired. Unique hashtags can be used too and the winner will be revealed before the show is over.