Carrie Underwood Shuts Down the AMA Red Carpet in Low-Cut Sparkling Dress

Country queen Carrie Underwood is doing us all a favor by taking a quick break from touring to show everyone how a major red carpet moment is really done!

Prior to stealing the show with an acrobatic performance at this year’s American Music Awards, the 17-time AMA winner made sure to steal the red carpet too. Earlier this month, Carrie stunned in a blue gown as she arrived to the CMA Awards, and her latest event look is yet another 10/10.

The “Pink Champagne” singer stepped out on this year’s carpet in a slinky, full-length gown that sparkled just like the two awards she was nominated for during the big night. The shimmering Tony Ward gown looked like it was made for Carrie as it featured a low-cut halter design and of course, a high leg slit to show off what fans are continuously dubbing as “the best legs in country music.”

 

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Staying true to her glamorous Denim & Rhinestones era, the 39-year-old completed the stunning look with statement earrings and silver studded heels because there’s no such thing as “too much sparkle,” right?!

As soon as Carrie shared her red carpet look on Instagram with the caption, “Happy to be on the red carpet at the @amas !!! Can’t wait to perform!!!” fans bombarded the star’s comments section:

“The most beautiful human being with bomb ass leg muscles 😍🧡”

“A 10 would be an understatement!!”

“Sheesh those legs 🦵”

“Love the dress! Stunning and so strong!”

Even husband Mike Fisher joined in by adding a quick, “😍😍.”

From commanding the red carpet in a jaw dropping dress to giving a “soaring” performance, fans never had a chance to recover because Carrie’s performance was truly a highlight of the night.
The singer traded in her gown for a shining off-the-shoulder bodysuit as she performed “Crazy Angels” from her latest album.

Unfortunately, Carrie didn’t take home any AMA Awards this year, but with a successful tour and dedicated fans, that’s probably the least of her worries.