Justin Bieber and Rascal Flatts Score CMT Music Awards Nom

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Justin Bieber has done it again. 'That Should Be Me,' the 17-year-old pop star's collaboration with Rascal Flatts, has been nominated for a 2011 CMT Music Award.

Justin and his pals in the country trio are vying for Collaborative Video of the Year at the annual event, whose winners are determined entirely by fan votes. Did you hear that, Beliebers? However, the video has some stiff competition with the likes of Jason Aldean, Kelly Clarkson, Kid Rock and Sheryl Crow in the mix.
Justin is in good company, though. His pal Taylor Swift scored three nominations for 'Mine,' including a nod for Video of the Year.

"Music is music, and it's a universal language," Justin said. "It doesn't really matter what style, as long as it appeals to others and people like it, that's all that really matters."

Watch the 'That Should Be Me' video below, and check out a full list of CMT Music Awards nominees at The Boot. Want to cast your vote for Justin and Rascal Flatts? The polls are now open at CMT.com.

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