Garth Brooks, Miranda Lambert and others win top honors at the 2017 CMAs (7 images)

Garth Brooks won entertainer of the year while Miranda Lambert and Chris Stapleton won female and male vocalist of the year, respectively, at the awards show Wednesday night in Nashville. Photos by John Sommers II/UPI
Updated: Nov. 9, 2017 at 10:41 AM
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Garth Brooks speaks after winning entertainer of the year at the 51st Annual Country Music Association Awards on November 8.
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Miranda Lambert wins female vocalist of the year at the 51st Annual Country Music Association Awards. Lambert also was nominated in other categories, including music video of the year and single of the year.
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Chris Stapleton wins male vocalist of the year at the 51st Annual Country Music Association Awards. Stapleton's "From a Room: Volume 1" also won album of the year.
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Little Big Town wins vocal group of the year at the 51st Annual Country Music Association Awards. The group's song "Better Man," written by Taylor Swift, also won song of the year. The group accepted it on behalf of Swift.
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Keith Urban (L) wins single of the year for his song “Blue Ain’t Your Color." Urban also performed at the show.
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Jon Pardi wins new artist of the year at the 51st Annual Country Music Association Awards in Nashville. Pardi also won new male vocalist of the year at the Academy of Country Music Awards in April.
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Brothers Osborne, made up of brothers John (R) and T.J. (L), wins vocal duo of the year.
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