Jason Aldean and Adele
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It's shaping up to be a party for Jason Aldean
at this year's CMT Music Awards.
The singer topped the list of nominees
for the country music video award show, earning four nods in total, including three for his hit "My Kinda Party."
Aldean was nominated for video of the year, male video of the year and best Web video of the year for "Party." He and duet partner Kelly Clarkson
also scored a nomination for collaborative video of the year for their hit, "Don't You Wanna Stay."
A few non-Nashville names also picked up CMT Music Awards nods: British chart-topper Adele
was nominated with Darius Rucker for CMT performance of the year for a cover of Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now." And Justin Bieber
and Rascal Flatts were nominated for collaborative video of the year for "That Should Be Me."
Other top nominees include Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert
, the Band Perry, Rascal Flatts, Taylor Swift
and Zac Brown Band, who received three nominations each.
The nominations were announced Wednesday morning on the Today
show, and the 2011 CMT Music Awards
– the show's 10th anniversary – will air June 8 on CMT and CMT.com.