Miranda Lambert better have cleared out some space in her house before the 2014 CMA Awards, because she has a whole bunch of new trophies. Among her wins for the evening, the songstress picked up the coveted Album of the Year Award for 'Platinum.'

"Holy crap!" Lambert said as she took the mic to accept the award with producers Frank Liddell, Chuck Ainlay and Glenn Worf. "I was just sitting there watching that whole reel pass thinking how great every album in that category is."

Lambert's latest disc certainly belonged among the nominees. Her fifth studio album scored the biggest one-week sales of her career and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.

"I really poured my heart and soul into this one more than ever," Lambert said when accepting the award. "I can't thank you enough ... This is really, really special to me."

So far, Lambert has also won for Vocal Event of the Year and Single of the Year. She was nominated nine times this year.