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Swift wins music award

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Saturday, November 11, 2017

Taylor Swift won Song of the Year at the Country Music Awards (CMAs).

The 27-year-old star and Little Big Town won the accolade for Better Man, which she penned, and the group collected the accolade from her friend Karlie Kloss at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Wednesday (08.11.17) in the Look What You Made Me Do hitmaker's absence, and praised the blonde beauty.

Karen Fairchild told the audience: "We didn't write this. We're really grateful that (bandmate) Philip (Sweet) checked his email one night and that song was in his email. We want to say thanks to Taylor Swift. She couldn't be here tonight with us.

"Taylor, wherever you are, thank you for writing this beautiful song, and loving songs and loving Nashville. To the fans, to country radio, thanks for being so good to us."








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