Miranda Lambert continued her dominance at the 2014 CMA Awards, winning Album of the Year for her latest studio effort, 'Platinum.'

Lambert was up against the cream of the crop, including Luke Bryan's 'Crash My Party,' Keith Urban's 'Fuse,' Dierks Bentley's 'Riser' and 'The Outsiders' by Eric Church. She praised all of the other nominated albums effusively in her acceptance speech.

"Every album in that category is ... I have them all, and they're amazing," she gushed.

"I really poured my heart and soul into this one, more than ever," she added. "I turned 30, and I felt like I needed to sing about new stuff. I can't thank you enough. I wrote with a lot of my friends, I sang with a lot of my friends ... so I really appreciate you fans for supporting it and relating to it."

The country superstar went on to thank country radio and her record label. "This is really, really special to me," she finished.

Lambert also took home Musical Event of the Year for 'We Were Us,' her collaboration with Urban, as well as Single of the Year for 'Automatic.'

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