CMT Music Video of the Year Finalists Announced

Video of the Year

Get your voting fingers ready because the CMT Video of the Year finalists have been announced.

From People.com:

Will reigning CMT Video of the Year winner Carrie Underwood, who took home the trophy last year for “See You Again,” score another win this year? Well, odds are in her favor – the singer has two cracks at it at Wednesday’s award show.

PEOPLE can announce exclusively that the final nominees vying for CMT’s top honors are:

Though videos by Darius Rucker (“Homegrown Honey”), Kenny Chesney (“American Kids”), Lady Antebellum (“Bartender”), Maddie & Tae (“Girl in a Country Song”) and Sam Hunt (“Leave the Night On”) were also nominated in the category, they didn’t make the final cut, which was determined by online fan voting.

Voting for the final six nominees will open at the top of the show at CMT.com and winners will be announced at the end of the broadcast. The CMT Music Awards air Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET on CMT. Follow PEOPLE for all the latest from the red carpet and backstage!

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