The 25-year-old breakout star took home the Grammy for Best Country Album for Same Trailer Different Park, beating out this year's biggest records such as Jason Aldean's Night Train, Tim McGraw's Two Lanes of Freedom, Blake Shelton's Based on a True Story and Taylor Swift's Red.
Looking gorgeous in a short, bedazzled hot-pink dress with a plunging neckline and full skirt, the brunette beauty was in shock as she took the stage, clearly in awe of her accolade.
"Oh my god, I can't even, I can't even," she gushed in amazement. "I got to make a record that I poured myself into and I'm so proud of."
She then thanked her producers and all the "wonderful musicians that played on the record and brought the song to life." She also gave credit to a number of other folks who contributed to her album, in addition to her management company, her family and of course her fans before concluding by saying, "I seriously cannot thank you enough!"
Earlier in the night, Musgraves performed her hit song "Follow Your Arrow," lighting up the stage with neon green and pink cactus props while wearing a pair of bedazzled cowboy boots.
She strummed on her guitar and sang live, prior to winning her well-deserved honor.