- TICKET NEWS
Kane and Katelyn Brown have received CMT’s Video of the Year Award.
During the Country Music Television Awards held at Austin’s Moody Center and aired via CBS on Sunday, the husband-and-wife duo were awarded Video of the year for their 2022 hit Thank God.
Kane also hosted the event with Kelsea Ballerini, introducing performers including Gwen Stefani, Carrie Underwood, LeAnn Rimes and Keith Urban, and presenters including Megan Thee Stallion, HARDY, Noah Schnapp, and Travis Kelce.
Thank God was also nominated for Collaborative video of the year, but lost out to wait in the truck by HARDY, featuring Lainey Wilson. The original track was released on 12 September last year as the fourth single on Kane Brown’s album Different Man, and the accompanying music video dropped days later.
The music video for Thank God, filmed in Hawaii by Alex Alvga, followed the couple in various locations across the state, ending on the beach during a sunset.
Jelly Roll took home the most awards of the night, earning Male video of the year, Breakthrough male video of the year, and CMT digital-first performance of the year.
The full list of winners includes:
Video of the year: Thank God - Kane Brown and Katelyn Brown
Female video of the year: Heart Like a Truck - Lainey Wilson
Male video of the year: Son of a Sinner - Jelly Roll
Group of the year: Out in the Middle - Zac Brown Band
Breakthrough female video of the year: Tennessee Orange - Megan Moroney
Breakthrough male video of the year: Son of a Sinner - Jelly Roll
Collaborative video of the year: Wait in the truck - HARDY feat. Lainey Wilson
CMT performance of the year: 'Til You Can’t - Cody Johnson
CMT digital-first performance of the year: Son of a Sinner - Jelly Roll
CMT equal play: Shania Twain