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Presidential elections are serious business, but Barack Obama and Mitt Romney each took some time to laugh last night.
It's not the first time presidential politics has played a role at the CMT's.
A few years ago it was candidates Obama, Clinton and McCain all showing up on the show.
Wednesday night Barack Obama and Mitt Romney were seen in taped segments trying to decide who should host, Toby Keith or Kristen Bell. Both were chosen.
As for the awards, Carrie Underwood is on a roll!
She won her third "video of the year" award.
Luke Bryan pulled off the surprise of the night, taking "male video of the year."
Miranda Lambert won her third straight "female video of the year" award for her song "Over You."
Taylor Swift & John Mayer
Turns out Taylor Swift didn't do such a great job hiding who really inspired her boyfriend bashing song "Dear John."
John Mayer says it was him and that the cheap shot made him feel terrible.
Swift has never admitted the two were an item and refused to say who the song was about when asked.
Decades before they became reality, author Ray Bradbury anticipated iPods, interactive TV, electronic surveillance and live media events.
Bradbury was a science fiction writer. He said most of his work should be considered fantasy.
He was best known for "Fahrenheit 451," which still is used in high schools and universities around the country.
Bradbury was 91-years-old.
OKC Thunder NBA Finals
The Oklahoma City Thunder is headed to the NBA Finals for the first time since 1996.
Oklahoma City came back from a 15 point deficit at the half to eliminate the San Antonio Spurs from the Western Conference Finals.
The Thunder will play the winner of the Boston-Miami series.
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