CMAs on 'GMA': Backstage With the Big Winners

"GMA" co-anchor Lara Spencer gives us a glimpse at the red carpet of the Country Music Association Awards and chats with some of the night's big names!
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Garth brooks, Trisha Yearwood. Part of the magic of the cma awards and back to Lara in Nashville with some of her exclusive interviews. Lara. Hi, robin. Yeah, I wanted to give you some of the names we had the chance to spend time with. Names you know, of course. Little big town. Dierks Bentley, Thomas Rhett and watching them collide with legends like crystal gale, Alan Jackson on the red carpet all of them sharing their favorite moments of the night and their party plans. What a night it has been. Greatest opening ever in cma history. ??? All the love you can ??? Especially when they hand the Mike to Randy Travis and he said, that was righteous. ??? It was Randy Travis Arizona return to the cma stage for the first time since his 2013 stroke that brought the house down including cma winner Thomas Rhett. Me and Garth looked at each other and we both had tears like rolling down our eyes. It was the most like almost spiritual country moment that I ever witnessed. Reporter: Garth took home entertainer of the year proving he deserved that title during this show-stopping duet alongside his wife Trisha Yearwood. Too much love. I came with the most gorgeous one here and leaving with the most gorgeous one here so I already got the win. Awesome and the fifth -- we're not going to go to bed. Reporter: Nine time host Carrie Underwood changed clothes ten times to pay homage to 50 years of fashion and took home the trophy for best female vocalist. I love you all. God bless you guys. Thank you so much. And Nicole kidman ravishing in Gucci by her husband Keith urban's side and showing she's not afraid to let it all hang out or SNO are. T out. Hi. I just did my snort. You did? I do that too. I'm embarrassed. I think it's nervous. Hi. If you just joined us -- We're having a snort-off. ??? Can I get a hallelujah ??? Reporter: Newcomer Maren Morris who watched last year from across the country now ready to party backstage after taking home new artist of the year. You're the coolest. You have a bar setup. That's how we roll. I Mae be out of my league. How do you celebrate. Just like this. Just like this. Cheers to you. Many more. Whoo! That's how you do it down? Yes, ma'am, I'm sorry. And good night, America. She'll be on in the morning, don't worry about it. Thomas is right. I am here and I am so happy to be with banjo Ben and friend, hit it, boys. One, two, three. Got to have a little banjo down in Nashville. Before I head back to New York, just want to say, robin, everything you said about Nashville about the cmas, so very true. This can an incredible experience. Congratulations to all the winners and happy 50th birthday. So glad you were there, Lara. Glad you had that time, the late '0s in Nashville -- Fun town. We found some info, you said Randy Travis. I did a song with Randy Travis. Called "NFL country" that was the album and did a song called "You've never seen a Brinks truck follow a hearse." Know it well. It should have been a hit. Special Friday concert coming up.

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