NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The fans have given Taylor Swift another trophy.

The pop sensation won the fan-voted video of the year award at the CMT Music Awards for “Mine” on Wednesday night. Swift also won the fan-voted Academy of Country Music artist of the year award earlier this year. Swift couldn’t make it to Bridgestone Arena to accept the belt buckle given to winners. But cameras cut to her tour stop in Wisconsin for a live acceptance speech.

Swift shot the video in Kennebunk, Maine, last year, using Christ Church on Dane Street as a central site. She returned later for the television debut.

She had opened the show with a pre-recorded faux movie trailer re-creation of “Thelma & Louise” with Shania Twain.

Blake Shelton was the night’s only multiple winner, taking male video of the year for “Who Are You When I’m Not Looking” and best web video of the year.

Other winners included:

Female video of the year: Miranda Lambert, “The House That Built Me.”

Group video of the year: Lady Antebellum, “Hello World.”

Duo video of the year: Sugarland, “Stuck Like Glue.”

Breakthrough video of the year: The Band Perry, “If I Die Young.”

Collaborative video of the year: Justin Bieber and Rascal Flatts, “That Should Be Me.”

CMT performance video of the year: Jimmy Buffett and Zac Brown Band, “Margaritaville.”

Video director of the year: Trey Fanjoy, “The House That Built Me” and “Who Are You When I’m Not Looking.”