Jessie James Decker and Clint Black had the honor of revealing that Dan + Shay had won Single of the Year for "Tequila" at Sunday's 2019 ACM Awards. It was their second award of the evening after winning for Song of the Year earlier in the night.

The duo is also nominated for Duo of the Year and Album of the Year. They will also be debuting their collaboration with Kelly Clarkson, "Keeping Score."

Shay Mooney and Dan Smyers were clearly on Cloud 9 and shocked at their back-to-back wins.

"Oh my god! I don't know if this is real life, I couldn't really see what was happening, I was behind Charles Kelley, I can't see anything," Mooney joked.

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"I am so thankful, I have no idea what is happening right now. I just want to say I love you, Hanna, my wife, she is somewhere down there, I can't see here, Charles, you are going to have to get out of the way," he said, motioning to Kelley.

"Thank you so much for supporting us, we love you guys, to my family watching at home, my sisters are here, thank you so much. Country music, country radio, you have absolutely changed our we love you guys. Thank you."

Smyers added: "Real quick thank you to my beautiful wife Abby for being my biggest supporter. I love you so so so much. We couldn't Vey single of the Year without the studio musicians in Nashville. Derek Wells Brian Sutton, thank you for making a great record with us."

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