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Nov 2

Top 10 Country Tweets of the CMA Awards

Country music stars sure love Twitter! This week, the hot topic is the CMA Awards! Dierks Bentley and Kelly Clarkson prove they’re still fans, Hunter Hayes celebrates his New Artist of the Year win, Faith Hill has a red carpet dilemma and Carrie Underwood reveals just how many dresses she wore. Here are our picks for a special CMA Awards edition of Top 10 Country Tweets Of The Week:

Hunter Hayes

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Hunter Hayes – HunterHayes: Guys, I cannot believe this… I’m like speechless. Thank you thank you thank you! All the love going out to you all tonight!!!

Carrie Underwood - CarrieUnderwood: Got the official count for the CMAs figured out. From red carpet to the end of the show, I’ll be wearing 12 beautiful dresses! Can’t wait!

Zac Brown BandZacBrownBand: Carrie Underwood looks amazing even without makeup. Totally unfair. We spend hours before each show to look this mediocre. #CMAawards

Dierks Bentley & Willie Nelson

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Dierks Bentley – DierksBentley: total creeper shot of me and @willienelson!!

Keith UrbanKeithUrban: What a crazy mix of unexpected tonight at #CMAs… I had a blast!!!! Viva La Willie!!!!! –KU

Faith Hill – FaithHill: Red carpet is going to be a little chilly tonight! Brrr, what would happen if I showed up in a snuggie with a cup of hot coffee?? #CMAawards

Vince Gill & Kelly Clarkson

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Kelly Clarkson – Kelly_Clarkson: I JUST PERFORMED WITH VINCE GILL!!!!! I love you Vince!! Thank you everybody for all your sweet comments!

Luke BryanLukeBryanOnline: On the way to cma awards. Thank y’all making stuff like this happen to me.

Little Jimmy DickensLilJimDickens: Had a ball tonight playing Dr. @CountryMusic special thanks to my good friends @BradPaisley @carrieunderwood @jennifernettles

Jake Owen

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Jake OwenJakeOwen: #CMAawards here we come. Feelin’ like a cheetah


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