Kacey Musgraves ends Miranda Lambert’s ACM winning streak

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She's referring to destroying the record for the most streamed album by a woman in country music, with a whopping 24 million streams.

Urban won the top prize Sunday with his ninth nomination for the award, besting Chris Stapleton, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean, who held the title the last three years.

Fans of This Is Us know star Chrissy Metz has an incredible voice, but the country music world finally got to hear her fantastic pipes at the 2019 ACM Awards on Sunday, April 7 in Las Vegas. There were more than two dozen performances in all, with many multi-song presentations. Metz premiered her song, 'I'm Standing with You, ' which is from her upcoming movie Breakthrough.

Miranda, who made her red carpet debut with her new husband Brendan McLoughlin at the event, lost out on being crowned Female Vocalist of the Year for the 10th consecutive time at the show, with the prize going to Kacey Musgraves. "Baby girl, I love you so much", Urban said as Kidman, whom he'd kissed numerous times before collecting his prize, looked on lovingly.

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But both honours, along with single of the year, went to Dan + Shay. Up for Male Artist of the Year are Dierks Bentley, Luke Combs, Thomas Rhett, Stapleton and Urban. The 35-year-old was nominated for best country album at the Grammys and recently earned a Daytime Emmy nomination for her performance on "CBS This Morning Saturday".

Musgraves is the sole female artist in the album of the year category at the ACM Awards.

Although fans love Metz as Kate Pearson on the hit NBC show, she could very well become one of country music's hottest stars.

Instead of singing "I live in Oklahoma" like she does in the original version, Lambert belted out the words "I got the hell out of Oklahoma".