The boys of the country music world all share a certain Southern attitude — and a love of tight pants. So, of the CMT Music Awards nominees, who would you rather?
The world of country music is full of some mighty-good-looking men, and it doesn’t hurt that most of them could serenade you with a love song in that sexy Southern accent.
At the CMT Music Awards on June 5, the best of the best in the country world will all be under one roof. So, which nominees would you rather?
Blake Shelton vs. Eric Church
released his first album in 2006 and has since shot to the top of the country charts. His album Springsteen
has already sold over 1 million albums. He is up for Video of the Year for “Springsteen” and Male Video of the Year for “Creepin’.”
Jason Aldean vs. Luke Bryan
The battle between Aldean and Bryan is the age-old battle between the good boy and the bad boy.
has sold more than 7 million albums worldwide and has scored 10 No. 1 hits. Aldean is up for Video of the Year for “1994” and Male Video of the Year for “Take a Little Ride.”
‘s boyish good looks and down-home attitude make him seem accessible to all his fans. He is up for Video of the Year and Male Video of the Year for “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye.”
Kenny Chesney vs. Tim McGraw
The two singers are actually up for a CMT Music Award together. Their song, “Feel Like a Rockstar,” is nominated for Collaborative Video of the Year.
“didn’t have the immediate breakout success that many of his peers enjoyed upon signing with major labels, but gradually built up a significant following via hard work, pop-friendly ballads, and a likable, average-guy persona.”
Chesney’s bio says it all. After years of working hard, he is now one of the top stars in the world of country music.
is also up for Video of the Year for “One of Those Nights.” After decades in the music industry, McGraw is still going strong.
Tell us: So, whom would you rather? Share in the comments below!
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