Justin Bieber Wins First CMT Award for ‘That Should Be Me’ Video
Justin Bieber took to the CMT stage tonight to accept his first country accolade. The 'Baby' singer won Collaborative Video of the Year award for his remix of 'That Should Be Me,' a duet with country trio Rascal Flatts.
Bieber seemed humbled and surprised at the win, stating that he was honored to be at the awards show. He then proceeded to thank his mom, family, vocal coach and fans, as well as the Rascal Flatts, "for jumping on the song" with him.
Bieber beat out CMT host Kid Rock and duet partner Sheryl Crow for their video collab on ‘Collide,' as well as Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson for their smash video 'Don’t You Wanna Stay.’ Aaron Lewis, George Jones, Charlie Daniels, Loreetta Lynn and Miranda Lambert were among the other nominations.
Looks like Biebs' time away from his busy schedule -- and Selena Gomez for that matter -- to attend the CMT awards with his mother Pattie Malette paid off. Congrats Bieber!
Watch the Justin Bieber 'That Should Be Me' Video Feat. the Rascal Flatts