Miranda Lambert won in four categories at Sunday night's (April 3) Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas, but Taylor Swift claimed the entertainer of the year prize in the fan-voted category.
In addition to being named top female vocalist, Lambert's "The House That Built Me" netted wins as video, single and song of the year. Lady Antebellum received top vocal group honors and also won in the album of the year category for their triple-platinum Need You Now.
The Zac Brown Band and Alan Jackson shared the vocal event win for their collaboration on "As She's Walking Away." Brad Paisley chalked up his fifth consecutive win as top male vocalist, Sugarland grabbed their second vocal duo award and The Band Perry was crowned top new artist.
Lambert and Paisley both expressed bewilderment over their wins in the female and male vocal categories. Read Full Story
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