The queen of the CMA Awards crimson carpet has arrived! Carrie Underwood is internet hosting the CMAs for the 10th time this 12 months, and in true vogue she pulled out all of the type stops on the crimson carpet, following that age outdated nation motto: Go mbadive or go house!
Underwood skipped the sequin ball robes we’re used to seeing her in for a extra subtle, structural, high-fashion design. The star selected a royal blue off-the-shoulder, long-sleeve robe with a low neckline, ruffled embellishment on the bodice and sleeves and and body-skimming, fishtail silhouette. She paired the dramatic robe with facet swept waves, badertion earrings and a coordinating ring.
Of course this is just one of many appears to be like Underwood will put on in the course of the awards present, as she’s recognized for her epic variety of outfit adjustments. And by the look she gave us inside her dressing room earlier this week, she’s nicely set to high her 10 fast wardrobe adjustments from final 12 months’s present.
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The rack included a mixture of horny minis, sequin attire and badertion ball robes — and Underwood and Marina Toybina undoubtedly have much more in retailer.
“Looking through one of many racks in my dressing room backstage at Bridgestone Arena,” Underwood shared with PEOPLE earlier this week together with the photograph beneath from her dressing room. “Found some great looks for Wednesday night!”
Before 2016’s present, Underwood advised PEOPLE that she doesn’t attempt on each costume throughout rehearsals.
“When we get the running order of the show, we’re like, ‘Okay these are complicated so we’re gonna need more time,’ so we try to just plan where things that might need a little more time get a little more time,” she explains. “And there are easy changes, like, ‘Oh, we have five minutes, that’s a lifetime in TV-quick-change world. We make the time count.”
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Her report for a fast backstage change? Forty seconds in the course of the CMAs in 2012.
“That 40-second quick change we tried in rehearsal because it was such a fast change, and I run backstage and someone holds a sheet up and I busted a zipper in rehearsal,” she says. “And everybody was worried I was not going to make it back out for the actual show and I was like, ‘It’s okay, we’ll fix the zipper.’ The zipper was one of those little hidden, flimsy plastic zippers. So they trusted me and we made it work. But during the entire run-through I had to hold the back of my dress shut.”
Get prepared for an evening crammed with nice performances and naturally, Underwood’s epic outfit adjustments.
How many outfits do you suppose Underwood will put on this 12 months?