Los Angeles: The CMT Music Awards witnessed some obvious felicitations on the starry night. Justin Bieber and Rascal's 'That Should Be Me' was named Collaborative Video of the Year while Country star Taylor Swift has bagged 'Video of the Year' award for the third time.

The 21-year-old singer, who won the award for 'Mine', received her award via live video link since she is on tour.

"I wish I could be there, but I'm hanging out with 15,000 of my closest friends in Milwaukee," said Swift in the video as thousands of fans cheered in the background.

Blake Shelton was the night's only multiple winner, taking male video of the year for 'Who Are You When I'm Not Looking' and best Web video for 'Kiss My Country Ass.'

Shelton's wife Miranda Lambert won the Female Video Of The Year for 'The House That Built Me'. Lady Antebellum scooped up in the Group Video of the Year category for 'Hello World', while The Band Perry's 'If I Die Young' was named Breakthrough Video of the Year. The event was attended by stars including Shania Twain and Sheryl Crow.

(Agencies)