Yeehaw, bitches! It was the 46th annual CMA Awards in Nashville, Tennessee and the ladyfolk got themselves all gussied up! Hit it, ladyfolk!
Carrie Underwood in Reem Acra
It’s … okay. Actually, it’s kind of pretty (although that bodice is way overworked), but we’re disappointed to see her in another neutral with gold accents.
Hayden Panettiere in Georges Chakra Couture
It’s also just okay. We like the pale green color, but we don’t like the darker green accessories paired with it. She could’ve used a dress with a more defined waist. The shape of this thing is not her best friend.
Kellie Pickler in Pamella Roland
The color’s beautiful on her. It’s a bit tight in the bust and we’re not super-crazy about the shape of the skirt, but it all works for her. We think she should’ve gone a little heavier on the makeup, though. She looks too pale and colorless. We’d have stuck some sapphires on those ear lobes to help frame the face.
Lucy Hale in Moschino
This is kind of mature-looking, but it’s so head-turning and she looks so polished in it that we don’t really mind.
Miranda Lambert in Maria Lucia Hohan
Oh, gurl. That is SO not your dress.
It’s like someone dared her to find the least flattering bustline possible for her figure. And the color, of course, does absolutely nothing for her.
Taylor Swift in Jenny Packham
Credit where it’s due: we can’t stand her, but she looks gorgeous here.
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