Miranda Lambert made country history Wednesday night after she received four awards during the 48th annual Country Music Awards, bringing her trophy total to a memorable 11, and becoming the most-decorated female artist in CMA history.
The 30-year-old won female vocalist of the year for the fifth year in a row, beating a record Lambert set herself, along with legends Reba McEntire and Martina McBride.
“It’s really unbelievable,” Lambert said.
“I felt like this whole night was about really celebrating music.”
Though the one award Lambert didn’t get was entertainer of the year. That award went to Luke Bryan, the 38-year-old’s first CMA, and meant he beat George Strait, Blake Shelton and Keith Urban.
Lambert performed twice onstage at the awards show, once with pop singer Meghan Trainor for “All About That Bass.”
“For me and my family, this may be the biggest night of our lives as far as music goes,” Blake Shelton, Lambert’s husband, said backstage.
“I told my wife when we were walking off the stage, I go, ‘Miranda, I’m sorry, you only won four CMAs tonight. I mean, I’m really sorry.” (RELATED: Carrie Underwood Knows Why Democrats Lost The Senate)