Carrie Underwood, Chris Daughtry Win Big at AMAs

Carrie Underwood continues her reign as one of music's biggest superstars with three wins from the American Music Awards.

The "American Idol" alum took home favorite female country artist, favorite country album for "Some Hearts" and the T-Mobile text-in award.

"This is one heck of a night!" Carrie gasped as she held her trophy.

Fellow "Idol" Chris Daughtry matched Carrie in wins, with favorite pop-rock album for "Daughtry," breakthrough artist and adult contemporary artist.

"Wow. I can't believe we're in the category with Justin Timberlake and Linkin Park. It's pretty awesome," Chris told the crowd.

The awards, held last night at the Nokia Theater in L.A. and hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, are chosen entirely by fans.

As stars flooded the red carpet, "Idol" cutie Kellie Pickler admitted that getting glammed up is no easy task.

"This red carpet's brutal, man!" she laughed. "I think it's scary when they're like, 'Kellie, Kellie, Kellie!'"

"Extra" put Lenny Kravitz on the hot seat, asking him about ex Nicole Kidman's recent comments in Vanity Fair that she was engaged before Keith Urban.

"You know I can't answer that question," Lenny shrugged.

Backstage, Favorite Female Artist in the pop/rock category Fergie told "Extra" she was all about celebrating with boyfriend Josh Duhamel.

"This is an amazing night," she gushed. "I have my boyfriend here!"

Celine Dion heads to the microphone on "Dancing with the Stars" this week, but would she ever be a contestant?

"I would love to dance, but I have no time!" she confessed.

Other big winners included Justin Timberlake for male pop-rock artist and the soul/R&B album award for his "FutureSex/LoveSounds," Akon for soul/R&B male and Rihanna for soul/R&B female.

"High School Musical 2" won favorite soundtrack album, but don't expect Vanessa Hudgens to nab any awards on Thanksgiving.

"My family's not into cooking, so we kind of cheat and go to Boston Market," she admitted.