From Florida Georgia Line getting their clothes ripped off by fans to Miranda Lambert’s sexy solo performance, the ACC Awards were a total hit!
What was your favorite part of the first-ever American Country Countdown Awards? HollywoodLife.com has all of the highlights for you right here, including the epic tribute performance to Reba McEntire, and exciting appearances by Hunter Hayes, Emily Kinney, and Lady Antebellum.
Florida Georgia Line & Miranda Lambert Top ACC Awards
The ACC Awards kicked off with a very pregnant Carrie Underwood performing a round of her all hits.
In a beautiful blue gown, Carrie amped up the crowd — including the legendary Reba who clapped along throughout the performance — as she performed a medley of her biggest songs, including “Blown Away,” “Before He Cheats,” and so many more.
Next up our handsome hosts Florida Georgia Line took the stage, but only after having their clothes “ripped off” by some overzealous fans in the audience. Classic!
Sara Evans presented the first award — “Male Vocalist of the Year” — to hip-shaker extraordinaire Luke Bryan, who celebrated his win with a performance.
Then, following an exciting Florida Georgia Line win and performance, Jerrod Niemann and Kix Brooks performed an acoustic version of Brooks & Dunn’s “Rock My World” next to the show’s big bar. Awesome!
Emily Kinney, Hunter Hayes & More Take The Stage
However, the best part of that performance was when Reba herself joined in for “Fancy” to close out the medley. So cool!
Then of course the young and handsome Hunter Hayes came on to present “Album of the Year,” which went to — shocker! — Eric Church.
After performances by Brett Eldredge, Lady Antebellum, and more, it was Hank Williams Jr. who closed out the show!
And with that, the first-ever ACC Awards were a wrap!
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— Lauren Cox
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