Faith Hill is among the top honorees for the CMT Music Awards nominations, announced today (March 15) in Nashville. Hill netted three CMT nominations of her own plus one for director Sophie Muller, who lensed Hill’s “Like We Never Loved At All” video.
That clip, which also stars Hill’s husband Tim McGraw, earned nods in the video of the year and collaborative video categories, while Hill’s “Mississippi Girl” clip is nominated for female video of the year.
Other triple nominees are Brooks & Dunn, Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, Trace Adkins and Carrie Underwood.
Brooks & Dunn’s “Believe” netted nods in the video of the year, group/duo video and most inspiring video categories. Paisley’s “Alcohol” is a video of the year contender, and his “When I Get Where I’m Going,” which features Dolly Parton, is a contender in the collaborative and inspiring video categories.
Urban’s “Better Life” earns nods for video of the year and male video, while his “Making Memories of Us,” is nominated in the “hottest video” category, which honors the year’s sexiest clips.
Adkins’ “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” turns up in the video of the year, male video and hottest video categories. Meanwhile, Underwood’s “Jesus Take the Wheel” earns accolades in the female video, breakthrough video and inspiring video categories.
Winners will be announced at the April 10 Awards show, which airs live on CMT from the Curb Event Center at Belmont University in Nashville.