Alan Jackson and Toby Keith each pulled in four nominations for the inaugural CMT Flameworthy Video Awards, with Martina McBride close behind with three. Jackson and Keith earned nods in the video of

Alan Jackson and Toby Keith each pulled in four nominations for the inaugural CMT Flameworthy Video Awards, with Martina McBride close behind with three. Jackson and Keith earned nods in the video of the year category, while both artists plus McBride are nominated in the "lol" (laugh out loud) category for funniest video of the year.

The Flameworthy Awards will be broadcast live June 12 on CMT beginning at 9 p.m. ET. Actress Kathy Najimy will host the two-hour show, which will feature performances by Jackson, Keith, and McBride, as well as Alison Krauss & Union Station, Kenny Chesney, Sara Evans, and Brooks & Dunn.

Jackson's clip for "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)" earned nods in the love your country category for best patriotic videos and for male video of the year. Keith's "I Wanna Talk About Me" is also up for the male video award, while his "My List" is nominated in the Flameworthy video concept of the year category. "I Wanna Talk About Me" also garnered a nod for Michael Salomon in the director of the year column.

McBride rounds out her nominations with a pair for "Blessed" -- female video of the year and fashion plate video of the year. The latter category will honor the best dressed or styled artist in a video. "Blessed" also earned a director of the year nomination for the team of Robert Deaton and George Flanigen.

Brooks & Dunn, Chris Cagle, Faith Hill, Krauss & Union Station, Tim McGraw, Montgomery Gentry, Brad Paisley, Cyndi Thomson, and Keith Urban each netted two nominations.

Public voting in 11 of the show's 12 categories began today (May 14) via the CMT Web site. The field for video of the year will be reduced from 10 to five at the beginning of the awards broadcast, with voting to take place during the show.

Tickets for the event range from $25 to $100. At deadline seats in all price levels were available through the CMT site and Ticketmaster.

Here is the full list of CMT Flameworthy Video Awards finalists:

Video of the year:
(Field will be reduced to five at the beginning of the June 12 awards show broadcast, with voting to take place during the show.)
"I'm Tryin'," Trace Adkins
"I Wanna Talk About Me," Toby Keith
"Only in America," Brooks & Dunn
"The Lucky One," Alison Krauss & Union Station
"Young," Kenny Chesney
"Angel Boy," Tim McGraw
"There You'll Be," Faith Hill
"Mendocino County Line," Willie Nelson featuring Lee Ann Womack
"Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)," Alan Jackson
"Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde," Travis Tritt

Male video of the year:
"I'm Tryin'," Trace Adkins
"I Wanna Talk About Me," Toby Keith
"Young," Kenny Chesney
"The Cowboy in Me," Tim McGraw
"Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)," Alan Jackson

Female video of the year:
"Saints & Angels," Sara Evans
"Bring on the Rain," Jo Dee Messina
"There You'll Be," Faith Hill
"Shine," Dolly Parton
"Blessed," Martina McBride

Group/duo video of the year:
Only in America," Brooks & Dunn
"Cold One Comin' On," Montgomery Gentry
"The Lucky One," Alison Krauss & Union Station
"The Lighthouse's Tale," Nickel Creek
"I'm Already There," Lonestar

Video concept of the year:
"My List," Toby Keith
"Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde," Travis Tritt
"Cold One Comin' On," Montgomery Gentry
"I Miss My Friend," Darryl Worley
"I'm Gonna Miss Her," Brad Paisley

Breakthrough video of the year:
"I Breathe In, I Breathe Out," Chris Cagle
"What I Really Meant To Say," Cyndi Thomson
"Complicated," Carolyn Dawn Johnson
"Where the Blacktop Ends," Keith Urban
"I'm Movin' On," Rascal Flatts

Hottest video of the year:
"I Breathe In, I Breathe Out," Chris Cagle
"When I Think About Angels," Jamie O'Neal
"Let Me Touch You for Awhile," Alison Krauss & Union Station
"I Always Liked That Best," Cyndi Thomson
"The Cowboy in Me," Tim McGraw

Fashion plate video of the year:
"Man of Me," Gary Allan
"Where the Blacktop Ends," Keith Urban
"There You'll Be," Faith Hill
"Jezebel," Chely Wright
"Blessed," Martina McBride

"Lol" (laugh out loud) video of the year:
"It's Alright to Be a Redneck," Alan Jackson
"When God-Fearin' Women Get the Blues," Martina McBride
"Breath," Cledus T. Judd
"I'm Gonna Miss Her," Brad Paisley
"I Wanna Talk About Me," Toby Keith

Love your country video of the year:
"Riding With Private Malone," David Ball
"Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly," Aaron Tippin
"Only in America," Brooks & Dunn
"America Will Survive," Hank Williams Jr.
"Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)," Alan Jackson

Video collaboration of the year:
"Easy for Me To Say," Clint Black with Lisa Hartman Black
"Foggy Mountain Breakdown," Earl Scruggs & Friends
"Squeeze Me In," Garth Brooks with Trisha Yearwood
"Inside Out," Trisha Yearwood with Don Henley
"Mendocino County Line," Willie Nelson featuring Lee Ann Womack

Video director of the year:
Deaton Flanigen (Robert Deaton and George Flanigen; "Blessed," Martina McBride)
Michael Salomon ("I Wanna Talk About Me," Toby Keith)
Steven Goldman ("I'm Tryin'," Trace Adkins)
Mark Seliger ("Mendocino County Line," Willie Nelson featuring Lee Ann Womack)
Michael Merriman ("Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde," Travis Tritt)