Taylor Swift Wins 2009 CMA Music Awards Entertainer Of The Year!

It turned out to be a huge night for Taylor Swift at the 43rd Annual Country Music Awards. The singer took home the Entertainer of the Year award, and became the youngest person ever, at the age of 19, to win the coveted award.

She also won awards for Female Vocalist of the Year, Music Video of the Year for her song “Love Story” and Album of the Year with Fearless.

“I’ll never forget this moment because at this moment everything that I ever wanted has just happened to me,” a tearful Swift said when accepting her award.

The fan favorite also had some fun at the expense of rap star Kanye West, who last month interrupted her acceptance speech at the MTV Music Video Awards by rushing onto the stage and telling the audience that R&B star Beyonce — and not Swift — should have won best female video.

“I want to thank every single person here tonight for not running up on stage during this speech,” Swift said when picking up her trophy for female vocalist.

Check out the other winners, and watch the video of Taylor Swift winning Entertainer of the Year, after the jump.

Gallery Info: Taylor Swift, Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Kenny Chesney, Barbara Mandrell, Martina McBride, George Strait, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Keith Urban, Wynonna Judd, Naomi Judd, Darius Rucker, Lady Antebellum, Kid Rock, LeAnn Rimes and Dave Matthews at the 43rd Annual CMA Awards at the Sommet Center on November 11, 2009 in Nashville, Tennessee.

    * Entertainer of the Year: Taylor swift    * Female Vocalist of the Year: Taylor Swift    * Male Vocalist of the Year: Brad Paisley    * New Artist of the Year: Darius Rucker    * Vocal Group of the Year: Lady Antebellum    * Vocal Duo of the Year: Sugarland    * Single of the Year: “I Run to You” – Lady Antebellum    * Album of the Year: “Fearless” – Taylor Swift    * Song of the Year: “In Color” – Jamey Johnson    * Musical Event: Brad Paisley and Keith Urban    * Music Video: “Love Story” – Taylor Swift    * Musician of the Year: Mac McAnally