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Viral dance moves, live singing and amazing fashion... only at this year's ACM red carpet!

The hottest country stars hit the carpet at the 57th Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas.

Thomas Rhett performed his feel-good single "Slow Down Summer" and secured two nominations at this year's show, including Male Artist of the Year and Album of the Year.

"It's been too long since we done this, like real and right you know, so to be here is just awesome," Rhett said.

Lainey Wilson also won the most awards of the night, tying with Miranda Lambert and Carly Pearce, for New Female Artist and Song of the Year with her hit "Things A Man Outta Know."

"My very first time to the ACM's and I showed up as a dang winner," Wilson said.

Coming off a hot year of touring, competing on Dancing with the Stars, releasing new music and having a new baby, Jimmie Allen also adding hosting duties at this year's ACM's on top of his Male Artist of the Year nomination.

"I thank my family [and] my team that's put me in this position to be successful," Allen said.

Shane McAnally also secured a nomination for Song of the Year with songwriting credit on Morgan Wallen's "7 Summers." The songwriter also celebrated with friends and co-workers alike as Kelsea Ballerini's "Half of my Hometown," another song he co-wrote, hit number one on Billboard's Country Airplay chart.

"We have all been on Zoom for so long, so to be in the same room with so many people that I work with and so many friends celebrating with Kelsea... we have the number one song this week! For it to land during ACM's... it couldn't have lined up any better. Just getting to catch up with people that I love... it's amazing."

The 57th Academy of Country Music Awards are streaming now on Prime Video.


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