1999 Country Music Association Awards Winners

Shania Twain, Dixie Chicks and Tim McGraw get top honors.

NASHVILLE — Canadian country-pop singer Shania Twain, who has sold millions of records but has often been viewed as an outsider here in country music's home, walked off with Nashville's biggest honor Wednesday night.

"I'm not just a lap dancer after all!," the 34-year-old singer of "That Don't Impress Me Much" and "You're Still the One" (RealAudio excerpt) exclaimed after winning the Entertainer of the Year award at the 33rd Annual Country Music Association Awards.

Another country-pop crossover act, the Dixie Chicks, picked up three trophies while Tim McGraw, whose seven nominations were the most of any act, got two. His A Place in the Sun was named Album of the Year.

The complete winners list:

Entertainer of the Year: Shania Twain

Male Vocalist of the Year: Tim McGraw

Female Vocalist of the Year: Martina McBride

Horizon Award: Jo Dee Messina

Vocal Group of the Year: Dixie Chicks

Vocal Duo of the Year: Brooks & Dunn

Musician of the Year: Randy Scruggs

Album of the Year: Tim McGraw, A Place in the Sun

Single of the Year: Dixie Chicks, "Wide Open Spaces"

Vocal Event of the Year: Vince Gill with Patty Loveless, "My Kind of Woman/My Kind of Man"

Song of the Year: "This Kiss" (written by Annie Roboff, Robin Lerner and Beth Nielsen Chapman)

Music Video of the Year: Dixie Chicks, "Wide Open Spaces"