10 Things You Didn't See on the 2014 CMA Awards

Our in-house and backstage reporters share what you didn't catch on TV, from lost underwear to competitor threats

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Maddie & Tae Are the Popular Girls
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Maddie & Tae Are the Popular Girls

Shouldn't it be a little awkward, maybe, when Maddie & Tae take the CMA red carpet for the first time next to the superstars they skewered in their bro-country satire, "Girl in a Country Song"? "No," Maddie Marlow told Rolling Stone Country as the duo headed into the show. "We're poking fun at the trend, not the artists." Added Taylor Dye, "a lot of them actually appreciate the humor. Most of them have said, 'We love this song! It's stuck in our heads.'"

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