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Carrie Underwood wins favorite female country artist at American Music Awards

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Adrian Cunningham | 12 October, 2018, 17:57

Checotah native Carrie Underwood received the trophy for Favorite Female Artist - Country during tonight's American Music Awards.

Taylor Swift might have won for American Music Awards and put on a storming performances at the AMAs, but it was her snake Karyn who really stole the show.

Taylor also delivered an important message to fans while accepting the award on Tuesday night (October 9) at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. She urged her fans to get educated on the candidates for their states, then get out and vote, as well.

"And you can go to Vote.org like Taylor Swift told you to".

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She added that the awards represented "encouragement and motivation to be better and work harder".

Below is all the information you need to watch American Music Awards online and live Tuesday to see one of music's biggest awards shows. It's the midterm elections on November 6. Clearly, this is an issue Taylor is passionate about, as she made a point to bring it up again at the AMAs.

Cardi's husband Offset also had reason to celebrate as his group Migos was named Favorite Pop/Rock Duo or Group. BTS has been announced as the victor of the Favorite Social Artist category! Host Tracee Ellis Ross sported a white T-shirt for part of the evening saying "I am a voter", and presenter Billy Eichner, best known for the TV comedy Parks and Recreation, urged the youth audience to register to vote. I can not vote for someone who will not be willing to fight for dignity for ALL Americans, no matter their skin color, gender or who they love.

Gladys Knight performed a rendition of Amazing Grace in tribute to the late Aretha Franklin, and said ahead of the show: "I am so very honoured to have known her since we were both little girls".