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May 25

Hunter Hayes Reclaims the Top Spot on Top 20

Top 20 Country Countdown.

Carrie Underwood and Hunter Hayes might be hitting the road together this fall, but right now, they’re ruling the top of the charts on GAC’s Top 20 Country Countdown! After spending the last couple of weeks at No. 1 with “Good Girl,” Carrie falls to No. 2 on the countdown with Hunter reclaiming the top spot with “Wanted.”

Host Nan Kelley counted down this week’s Top 20 videos, chosen by your votes, and revealed that The Farm, who made their countdown debut last week at No. 15 with “Home Sweet Home,” is right at home in the No. 3 position. If you missed Friday night’s premiere, check the schedule for re-airs throughout the weekend! Full schedule »

On the chart this week, Miranda Lambert and Luke Bryan round out the Top 5 while Kelly Clarkson creeps into the Top 10 with the country version of her pop hit “Mr. Know It All.” Chris Young’s latest, “Neon,” debuts on the countdown this week, coming in at No. 14.

This Week’s Chart:

1. Hunter Hayes – “Wanted”
2. Carrie Underwood – “Good Girl”
3. The Farm – “Home Sweet Home”
4. Miranda Lambert – “Over You”
5. Luke Bryan – “Drunk On You
6. Lady Antebellum – “Dancing Away With My Heart”
7. Keith Urban – “For You”
8. Lauren Alaina – “Georgia Peaches”
9. Kelly Clarkson – “Mr. Know It All”
10. Thompson Square – “Glass”
11. Lionel Richie with Shania Twain – “Endless Love”
12. Josh Turner – “Time Is Love”
13. Rascal Flatts – “Banjo”
14. Chris Young – “Neon”
15. Eric Church – “Springsteen”
16. Jason Aldean – “Fly Over States”
17. Gloriana – “(Kissed You) Good Night”
18. Kenny Chesney & Tim McGraw – “Feel Like A Rock Star”
19. Taylor Swift feat. The Civil Wars – “Safe & Sound”
20. Bucky Covington – “I Wanna Be That Feeling”

Vote for GAC’s Top 20 Country Countdown now »

GAC’s Top 20 Country Countdown premieres every Friday night at 8/7c with re-airs throughout the weekend. Click here for a complete schedule.


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