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Flame Worthy Awards Winners - Cmt
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Reviewed on 2004-04-30
Flame Worthy Awards Winners
Last Wednesday, April 21st, country music's hottest artists and their fans gathered in downtown Nashville for "The 2004 CMT Flame Worthy Video Music Awards," hosted by Dolly Parton. Upon winning Video of the Year for "American Soldier," Toby Keith yelled "Who's your Daddy?!," then asked for people to remember our soldiers who are keeping us free. Toby's video with Willie Nelson, "Beer For My Horses," captured two honors for Collaborative Video of the Year and Director (Michael Salomon).

Kenny Chesney won two Flame Worthy trophies - "There Goes My Life" was voted Male Video of the Year and "No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems" was named the Hottest Video.

Fans voted Shania Twain's "Forever & For Always" Female Video of the Year. Little Jimmy Dickens accepted the Cameo Award as a member of the cast of Brad Paisley's "Celebrity" video, which also included Jason Alexander, Jim Belushi, Trista Rehn and William Shatner. (Yes, Captain Kirk & company beat Joe Don's derriere!) Rascal Flatts captured Group/Duo Video honors for "I Melt." Breakthrough Video went to Dierks Bentley for "What Was I Thinkin'." (Will this put him in the doghouse with his co-star Jake, who lost in the Cameo category?)

Among the highlights -- Brooks & Dunn presented Reba McEntire with the Johnny Cash Visionary Award and the crowd responded with a lengthy standing ovation. "Flame Worthy" performances were given by Keith Urban ("Who Wouldn't Want To Be Me"), Martina McBride ("How Far"), Sheryl Crow ("The First Cut Is The Deepest") and Alan Jackson to name a few.

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