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The 2015 Academy of Country Music of Awards felt more like a party than an award show!

Eric Churchill and Keith Urban set the tone for the night with their fun and exciting opening number, and hosts Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton kept the party going. Miranda Lambert, unsurprisingly, stole all the awards, while Taylor Swift's mom stole all of our hearts. In case you missed it, here are all the best moments from the 50th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards.

George Strait Reminds Us Why He's An ACM Winner Over Four Decades


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George Strait showed us that old school is still cool with his performance of "All My Exes Live In Texas." He also treated the audience to a performance of his new single, "Let It Go," which sadly is not a country version of the dramatic Frozen ballad.

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Hosts Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton posted an #ACMselfie and it was as precious at they are.

Is It Getting Hot In Here... Or Is It Just A Florida Georgia Line Performance?


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Things really heated up when Florida Georgia Line took the stage to perform their song "Sippin' On Fire" and by really heated up, we mean the stage was literally on fire. And it looked really cool!

Lee Brice Honors Randy Travis

In a sweet moment during the ceremony, Lee Brice honored Randy Travis, who was sitting in the audience. Travis suffered a debilitating stroke in July 2013, so it was nice to see him at the show looking happy and healthy.

Oh Hey There, Tony Romo!


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An award show that's being hosted in the Dallas Cowboy's stadium wouldn't be complete without an appearance from their quarterback, would it? Tony Romo hit the ACM stage and threw a perfect pass to host Luke Bryan who, thankfully, caught it and performed a quite lovely little touchdown dance.

I Spy With My Little Eye... Taylor Swift Dancing In The Audience


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Our favorite country star turned pop star, Taylor Swift, showed off her signature award show dance moves throughout the night, but especially showed off her shimmy during Martina McBride's performance.

Miranda Lambert Remains Flawless


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In case anyone doubted Miranda Lambert's worthiness of being the most awarded female artist in ACM history, watching her performance of "Mama's Broken Heart" and "Little Red Wagon" will remind you why she truly is the greatest.

Things Get Hot With Jason Aldean


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Florida Georgia Line's performance may have set the stage on fire, but Jason Aldean's performance literally set his microphone on fire at the end of his performance (skip to the end of the video to see it). Side note: We're slightly concerned about this upstaging the previous performance by setting even more things on fire trend, and hope there's plenty of fire extinguishers on hand if it continues.

Kelly Clarkson Gives Reba The Best Introduction Ever


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"I have the coolest mother-in-law and you all can suck it." Can Kelly Clarkson always introduce Reba? Also can we be Reba when we grow up? Her performance celebrating her ACM Milestone award was as flawless as she is.

Mama Swift Makes Us Cry


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Taylor Swift's mom, Andrea Swift, presented her daughter with one of the ACM's milestone awards, but before she did, she gave the absolutely sweetest introduction. In typical mom fashion, she couldn't resist telling a slightly embarrassing story of sending a 17-year-old Taylor to her room after finding out she was seeing a guy her parents didn't approve of. But thankfully that grounding led to Taylor writing "Love Story," and the rest is history. Mama Swift went on to tearfully say, "I am a very proud mom," which made us wish we were wearing waterproof mascara.

Rascal Flatts And Christina Aguilera Surprise Us


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At first we were a little hesitant about a duet between this country group and pop star, but we were more than pleasantly surprised at how well they sounded together. Here's to hoping that they release a single together soon!

Garth Brooks Pays His Respect

Country legend Garth Brookstook the ACM stage to perform his song "All American Kid," but he didn't remain alone on stage for long. Brooks invited members of the armed forces to join him on stage to thank them for their service.

Dan And Shay and Nick Jonas Gives Us The Mash Up We Deserve


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There was almost too much attractiveness on stage when Nick Jonas and Dan and Shay performed a mash up of their songs "Chains," "Jealous," and "Nothin' Like You." I'm not sure what we did to deserve such an amazing mash up, but I'm glad I was able to witness the perfection.

The ACM Awards Takes A Moment To Remember The Anniversary Of The Oklahoma Bombings


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In a touching tribute to those affected by and those lost in the Oklahoma Bombings, Alan Jackson gave a heart string pulling performance of "Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)."

Let The Good Times Roll

After the final award of the night was announced (Luke Bryan took home Entertainer of the Year), Jake Owen and Darius Rucker united to perform a fun performance of "Let The Good Times Roll," which is basically the perfect song to end the ACM Awards on!

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