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Justin Bieber Wins CMT Award With Rascal Flatts

Last night at the CMT awards Justin Bieber and Rascal Flatts won the collaborative video award for the video “That Should Be Me.”  I can’t help but think that maybe that was what was going through Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson’s head.  I think they should have won.  While both songs are not traditional country, at least “Don’t You Wanna Stay” was a country radio hit.

I really don’t have anything against Justin Beiber, it’s just a hard pill to swallow seeing him win a country award.   Not to mention it’s a little creepy that 40 year old Gary LeVox is singing to a teenage girl with Justin.

In case you’ve never seen the video that won the award, here you go!

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