Miranda Lambert Takes Home 2011 Song of the Year ACM Award for ‘The House That Built Me’
It took 50 minutes, but 'Gossip Girl' actor Chace Crawford and model Brooklyn Decker presented the first award of the night at the ACM Awards in Las Vegas. Miranda Lambert will take home the statue for Song of the Year for her 2010 smash 'The House That Built Me.'
After winning four awards at the CMAs last November, the humble future wife of Blake Shelton let the song's composers and publishers shine on the stage of the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Lambert stood off to the side and only smiled as each thanked the important people in their life.
Also nominated in the Song of the Year category was 'A Little More Country Than That' by Easton Corbin, "'As She's Walking Away' by the Zac Brown Band, 'If I Die Young' by the Band Perry and 'Love Like Crazy' by Lee Brice.