The singer-songwriter, who was also celebrating her 27th birthday, won 'Female Vocalist Of The Year', 'Album Of The Year' for Revolution and 'Music Video Of The Year' for 'The House That Built Me'.
"Revolution has truly caused a revolution in my life this year," she said while accepting the 'Album' prize at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena. "Thanks to the country music industry. It's my baby. It's what I do. It's what I live for. Thank you so much for loving it, too."
Lambert did, however, lose out in the 'Single Of The Year' category to band Lady Antebellum, who further nabbed 'Vocal Group Of The Year'.
Brad Paisley, who hosted the show alongside Carrie Underwood, went home with the night's biggest honour, 'Entertainer Of The Year'.
Meanwhile, Zac Brown Band were named 'New Artist Of The Year' and Lambert's fiancé Blake Sheldon took 'Male Vocalist Of The Year' as well as 'Musical Event Of The Year' for his track 'Hillbilly Bone' featuring Trace Adkins.
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