ACM Girls' Night Out: Superstar Women of Country
Premieres Sunday, May 20 at 9/8c!
Performances you can't see anywhere else. Glammed up country supertars in stilettos. The good-lookin' country singers who love them. Get ready for an amazing night out with the girls---and guys! Girls' Night Out: Superstar Women of Country truly rocked the MGM Grand Garden Arena, and whether you were with us at the taping in Vegas or not, this is a show you WON'T want to miss!
Rascal Flatts feted Reba with a sassy cover, rock legend John Fogerty honored The Judds, Little Big Town harmonized with Martina McBride, Ronnie Dunn brought Jennifer Nettles to tears, Vince Gill and Carrie Underwood took us to church and Blake Shelton serenaded Miranda Lambert (who also debuted her new girl group, Pistol Annies). ACM Girls Night Out Photo Gallery »
The night's honorees include:
The Judds - Will be recognized for being the ACM's most award-winning female duo having won Vocal Duo of the Year seven years in a row, 1984 - 1990 and Song of the Year in 1984 for "Why Not Me."
Miranda Lambert - Will be recognized for being the only female artist in the Academy's history to ever win Album of the Year, twice, first for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend in 2007 and again for Revolution in 2009.
Loretta Lynn - Will be recognized for her amazing 50-year career as a leading female artist in country music, which includes being the only female artist to win Artist of the Decade, Entertainer of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year.
Martina McBride - Will be recognized by ACM Lifting Lives for her dedication to raising social consciousness of domestic violence and encourage female empowerment through her music. She is a three-time Female Vocalist and was also awarded The Home Depot Humanitarian Award in 2004 for her charitable work.
Jennifer Nettles - Will be recognized for being one of only two female artists in the Academy's history to ever solo write and perform the winning Song of the Year, in 2007, with "Stay."
Reba - Will be recognized for winning Female Vocalist more times than any other artist in the Academy's history - a whopping seven times.
Carrie Underwood - Will be recognized for being the only female artist in the Academy's history to ever win Entertainer of the Year, twice, first in 2008 and again in 2009 (she is the reigning Entertainer of the Year, since Awards recognize the previous calendar year's work.) Underwood has won Female Vocalist three times and has won a total of ten ACM Awards.