Lainey Wilson wins big at CMA Award

Lainey Wilson won five medals Wednesday night at the Country Music Association Awards, including entertainer of the year.

The 31-year-old Louisiana singer was the undisputed star of the night at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena, where she was also named female vocalist of the year

collection of the year for "Bell Bottom Country," and performed a fiery rendition of her song

Wildflowers and Wild Horses" that looked like it came from a classic Hollywood Western.

"This is all I've ever wanted to do, and it's all I know how to do." Wilson spoke through tears as she won the award for Entertainer of the Year. "It finally feels like country music is starting to love me back.

Wilson entered the night as the most nominated artist, with nine nominations, and she and HARDY were crowned winners in the musical event of the year category for "Wait in the Truck.

Jelly Roll, the rapper-turned-singer who won the CMT Music Awards earlier this year, had another big night in Nashville.

He opened the event with his smash "Need a Favor," joined by surprise guest Wynonna Judd, and finished it with a duet with K. Michelle on "Love Can Build A Bridge," Judd's iconic ballad with her late mother Naomi.

"There's something poetic about a 39-year-old man winning new artist of the year," he stated on stage. "What's in front of you is so much more important than what's behind you."

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