During Wednesday night’s 2015 CMT Music Awards, Carrie Underwood stood out from the other talented country music artists after winning three awards.
Underwood, 32, boasts the most CMT awards with 13 total. Other winners at last night’s awards show included Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Lady Antebellum, Florida Georgia Line, Bob Seger, Jason Aldean and Sam Hunt.
Here is more information about the categories some of these music artists dominated, as well as their net worths, according to CelebrityNetWorth.
Carrie Underwood’s Net Worth: $70 Million
Underwood took home three awards, including collaborative video of the year for her song “Somethin’ Bad” with Lambert and female video of the year for “Something in the Water.” “Something in the Water” also won video of the year.
The country superstar, who has a net worth of $70 million, began her music career in 2005 after winning season four of “American Idol.” Underwood continued on to sell 65 million records, top the charts with 20 of her singles and win seven Grammy awards.
Celebrating last night’s win, Underwood gave a shout-out to her 3-month-old son, Isaiah. “This is my first awards show since little Isaiah has been in the world,” she said. “I’m sure he’s napping on the bus right now, but I should definitely say that he has already inspired me so much as well as my husband, Mike.”
Luke Bryan’s Net Worth: $27 Million
Bryan, 38, won best male video of the year for “Play It Again” at the CMT Awards.
His first album, “I’ll Stay Me,” was released in 2007 and put him at No. 2 on the Billboard country albums chart. Bryan’s albums “Spring Break…Here to Party” and “Crash My Party” both topped the Billboard 200 chart in 2013. Bryan’s upcoming album, “Kill the Lights,” is slated to release Aug. 7.
The country singer has a net worth of $27 million.
Miranda Lambert’s Net Worth: $18 Million
At the CMT Awards, Lambert shared the collaborative video of the year award for “Somethin’ Bad” with Underwood.
With a net worth of $18 million, Lambert earned her first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart in 2014 with “Platinum,” becoming the 11th female country artist to top the Billboard 200. She is also the first artist to score five consecutive career-opening No. 1s on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart.