Chris Daughtry and Carrie Underwood had a great showing at the American Music Awards. From E! News:
"Apparently, all the Chris Daughtry fans were just biding their time, while those Carrie Underwood fans just won't quit.
The gravelly-voiced rocker's eponymous band and the burgeoning country superstar won a leading three pointy prism trophies apiece Sunday at the 2007 American Music Awards, which for the first time in the show's history left the voting process entirely up to fans, who could choose favorites online.
Daughtry collected Favorite Pop/Rock Album honors for its self-titled debut, as well as awards for Favorite Breakthrough Artist and, beating out Norah Jones and John Mayer, Adult Contemporary Artist—not bad for a guy who finished fourth on American Idol."
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