Several country singers with reality TV ties were honored at the 2014 CMT Music Awards.

Held at the Bridgestone Arena in Tennessee on Wednesday night, Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, and Cassadee Pope all walked away with an award.

Shelton, who has starred on The Voice as a mainstay coach since its first season debuted back in 2011, won the award for Male Video of the Year for his "Doin' What She Likes" video.

Lambert won Female Video of the Year for her "Automatic" video. Lambert served as the mentor for coach Shakira's team of sixth-season contestants on The Voice. She was also a finalist on Nashville Star's first season.

Breakthrough Video of the Year went to Cassadee Pope for "Wasting All These Tears." She was crowned champion of The Voice's third season. Shelton was the person to present Pope with her CMT Music award, which was very fitting considering Shelton had mentored the young artist all season long on the NBC reality singing competition.

Underwood walked away with Video of the Year for her "See You Again" video. Underwood won American Idol's fourth season back in 2004.