By Whitney Pastorek
Updated May 12, 2010 at 05:34 AM EDT

Image Credit: Bob Charlotte/PR PhotosYour 2010 CMT Music Awards nominees were announced today — sorry I’m a little slow in getting this up, news cycle! — and they’re a predictable pack. Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum, Jason Aldean, and Taylor Swift lead with three nominations each; everyone else in country music trails with two. Okay, I’m oversimplifying a bit, but no, really, it’s kinda everybody. After all, this is country music’s most democratic awards show — you kids can head over to this very second and votevotevote for your faves, or they will lose, and it will be your fault.

Who are the standouts? I will be registering at least one click for Miranda “Off the Market” Lambert‘s clever “White Liar” vid (watch yourself, Blake), one for Brad Paisley’s “Welcome to the Future” clip, and one for the surprisingly wonderful Jason Aldean/Bryan Adams collabo on “Heaven.” I’ll be curious to see if Sugarland cancel themselves out in the Duo category (with the heartbreak of “Keep You” vs. the bubbles of “Nightswimming/Joey”), thus opening the door for Brooks & Dunn’s Very Last Win At The CMT Awards Ever OMG. And as far as snubs go, I guess ’bout now Martina McBride has gotta be wondering if she even works here anymore.

The ceremony will be held June 9 in Nashville, and at this point I am far less interested in your “awesome” host Kid Rock and far more interested in how CMT uses the ceremony to honor and celebrate (and hopefully raise money for) their poor drowned city. I know the network itself suffered damage had to relocate for several days during the flood, so I am certain they’ll step up and do it right.

Full list of noms after the jump; what do you think of the pack, Mixers? And who’s getting your vote?

Video of the Year

• “American Ride” – Toby Keith

• “Cowboy Casanova” – Carrie Underwood

• “Need You Now” – Lady Antebellum

• “Out Last Night” – Kenny Chesney

• “The Truth” – Jason Aldean

• “‘Til Summer Comes Around” – Keith Urban

• “Toes” – Zac Brown Band

• “Welcome to the Future” – Brad Paisley

• “White Liar” – Miranda Lambert

• “You Belong With Me” – Taylor Swift

Male Video of the Year

• “American Ride” – Toby Keith

• “People Are Crazy” – Billy Currington

• “Southern Voice” – Tim McGraw

• “The Truth” – Jason Aldean

• “‘Til Summer Comes Around” – Keith Urban

Female Video of the Year

• “Consider Me Gone” – Reba McEntire

• “Cowboy Casanova” – Carrie Underwood

• “White Liar” – Miranda Lambert

• “You Belong With Me” – Taylor Swift

Group Video of the Year

• “Here Comes Goodbye” – Rascal Flatts

• “How Far Do You Wanna Go?” – Gloriana

• “Need You Now” – Lady Antebellum

• “Toes” – Zac Brown Band

Best Duo Video of the Year

• “Indian Summer” – Brooks & Dunn

• “Keep On Lovin’ You” – Steel Magnolia

• “Keep You” – Sugarland

• “Nightswimming/Joey” – Sugarland

USA Weekend Breakthrough Video of the Year

• “A Little More Country Than That” – Easton Corbin

• “Do I” – Luke Bryan

• “Giddy On Up” – Laura Bell Bundy

• “Keep On Lovin’ You” – Steel Magnolia

Collaborative Video of the Year

• “Best Days of Your Life” – Kellie Pickler featuring Taylor Swift

• “Heaven” from CMT Crossroads: Bryan Adams and Jason Aldean – Jason Aldean and Bryan Adams

• “Hillbilly Bone” – Blake Shelton featuring Trace Adkins

• “I’m Alive” – Kenny Chesney with Dave Matthews

CMT Performance of the Year

• “Consider Me Gone” from Invitation Only: Reba – Reba McEntire

• “Lookin’ for a Good Time” from the 2009 CMT Music Awards – Lady Antebellum

• “Southern Voice” from Invitation Only: Tim McGraw – Tim McGraw

• “Temporary Home” from Invitation Only: Carrie Underwood – Carrie Underwood

• “Then” from the 2009 CMT Music Awards – Brad Paisley

Video Director of the Year

• Deaton Flanigen (Jason Aldean’s “The Truth” and Carrie Underwood’s “Temporary Home”)

• Chris Hicky (Miranda Lambert’s “White Liar” and Justin Moore’s “Small Town USA”)

• Shaun Silva (Kenny Chesney’s “Out Last Night” and Rascal Flatts’ “Summer Nights”)

• Roman White ( Taylor Swift’s “You Belong With Me” and Kellie Pickler’s “Best Days of Your Life”)