'This is absolutely unbelievable': Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani win CMT Award for best collaborative video for Love duet 'Nobody But You'


Gwen, 51, looked fabulous in a camo corset top with her blonde hair loose and was made up with her signature bright red lip color.Blake, 44, wore a dark blue short-sleeve shirt and sported a neatly trimmed beard.This is absolutely unbelievable,' Blake commented on their win. 

The couple were presented with the 2020 CMT Award for best collaborative video on Wednesday night for their duet Nobody But You.


The awards show came live from Nashville without an audience and included pre-taped performances, and Blake and Gwen accepted their award via video from their home.The celebrity duo were seen hugging after their win was announced and later toasted their success with a martini.

'I told Gwen when I saw who the other nominees were in our category, I was like, 'That would've been cool, but I don't know what our chance of beating Justin Bieber are.


' But here we are.'The country music star then thanked the fans for all their support. 

'You guys are the ones that buy the records and come to the shows, and you vote on these things so we love you so much,' he said.Then he and Gwen told each other: 'I love you.'  

The two were up against not only stars were up against Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber's 10,000 Hours but also Carly Pearce and Lee Brice's I Hope You're Happy Now, Kane Brown featuring Nelly's Cool Again, Marshmello and Brown's One Thing Right and Thomas Rhett featuring Jon Pardi's Beer Can't Fix.

It's not the first time that Blake has won the collaborative video award at the CMTs. He won back in 2010 for Hillbilly Bone with Trace Adkins.