London: Singer Carrie Underwood triumphed at the American Country Awards by winning six trophies, including the Artist of the Year award.
Underwood also picked up trophies for Touring Artist of the Year, Album of the Year for "Play On", as well as Single of the Year: Female for her track "Cowboy Casanova". It also took away the best female music video award, reports contactmusic.com.
During her acceptance speech, Underwood said: "We have had the most amazing year out on the road but we wouldn`t be doing anything if there weren`t people out there sitting in that audience. So to everybody that came out to see us (or) anybody else out here, you guys are awesome for supporting us like you do. God bless the fans."
Country music pop group Lady Antebellum took home four prizes, including Artist of the Year: Duo or Group, while their track "Need You Now" was named Single of the Year, Single of the Year: Duo or Group and Music Video: Duo or Group. Singer Brad Paisley walked away with Male Artist of the Year award.