Here Are Your ACM 2021 Winners

    Luke Bryan got the biggest award of the night

    It was a second year in Nashville for the ACM Awards, with the event taking place at a range of venues including the Grand Ol Opry and The Bluebird. There were double wins for Maren Morris and for Lee Brice & Carly Pearce, plus a new range of first-time winners including Jimmie Allen, Gabby Barrett and Kane Brown.

    Old Dominion and Dan + Shay collected more silverware for the already-crowded trophy cabinets, and the biggest award of the night went to Luke Bryan, who made his acceptance speech via video link as he was in LA for American Idol.

    Here's a full list of this year's winners.

    Entertainer of the year

    Luke Bryan — Winner
    Eric Church
    Luke Combs
    Thomas Rhett
    Chris Stapleton

    Female artist of the year

    Maren Morris — Winner
    Kelsea Ballerini
    Miranda Lambert
    Ashley McBryde
    Carly Pearce

    Male artist of the year

    Thomas Rhett — Winner
    Dierks Bentley
    Luke Combs
    Eric Church
    Chris Stapleton

    Duo of the year

    Dan + Shay — Winner
    Brooks & Dunn
    Brothers Osborne
    Florida Georgia Line
    Maddie & Tae

    Group of the year

    Old Dominion — Winner
    Lady A
    Little Big Town
    The Cadillac Three
    The Highwomen

    New female artist of the year

    Gabby Barrett — Winner
    Ingrid Andress
    Tenille Arts
    Mickey Guyton
    Caylee Hammack

    New male artist of the year

    Jimmie Allen — Winner
    Travis Denning
    Cody Johnson
    Parker McCollum

    Album of the year

    "Starting Over" — Chris Stapleton — Winner
    "Born Here Live Here Die Here" — Luke Bryan
    "Mixtape Vol. 1" — Kane Brown
    "Never Will" — Ashley McBryde
    "Skeletons" — Brothers Osborne

    Single of the year

    "I Hope You're Happy Now" — Carly Pearce and Lee Brice — Winner
    "Bluebird" — Miranda Lambert
    "I Hope" — Gabby Barrett
    "More Hearts Than Mine"— Ingrid Andress
    "The Bones" — Maren Morris

    Song of the year

    "The Bones" — Maren Morris — Winner
    "Bluebird" — Miranda Lambert
    "One Night Standards" — Ashley McBryde
    "Some People Do" — Old Dominion
    "Starting Over" — Chris Stapleton

    Video of the year

    "Worldwide Beautiful" — Kane Brown — Winner
    "Better Than We Found It" — Maren Morris
    "Bluebird" — Miranda Lambert
    "Gone" — Dierks Bentley
    "Hallelujah" — Carrie Underwood and John Legend

    Music Event of the year

    "I Hope You're Happy Now" — Carly Pearce and Lee Brice — Winner
    "Be A Light" — Thomas Rhett featuring Reba McEntire, Hillary Scott, Chris Tomlin, Keith Urban
    "Does To Me" — Luke Combs feat. Eric Church
    "Nobody But You" — Blake Shelton ft. Gwen Stefani
    "One Beer" — HARDY ft. Lauren Alaina & Devin Dawson
    "One Too Many" — Keith Urban, P!nk

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