By Mandi Bierly
Updated April 07, 2008 at 10:36 PM EDT

I got sucked into CMT’s 100 Greatest Videos countdown this weekend. Anyone else? It was an update on the channel’s 2004 special, which you could tell from recent additions like Sugarland’s “Stay” (No. 10), Carrie Underwood’s “Before He Cheats” (No. 9), and Kenny Chesney’s “You Save Me” (No. 8). Johnny Cash’s cover of “Hurt” (below) remained the No. 1 video, rightfully. I’m wondering if the Dixie Chicks’ “Not Ready to Make Nice” shouldn’t have entered the countdown higher than No. 36. The Chicks were represented in the Top 10 with “Goodbye Earl” (No. 7), so I’m not crying foul. I’m just suggesting that Natalie Maines fighting to keep her backbone is a slightly more empowering sight than Shania Twain exercising the right to bare her midriff (“Any Man of Mine” was No. 31).

After the jump, the Top 10 videos.

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