45th Annual CMA Awards Part 1

Posted on November 10, 2011

That’s right, bitches. Part ONE. There were too many cowboys and cowgirls to fit into just one post. So let’s get our yeehaw on and start judging!

 

Carrie Underwood in Reem Acra

Very pretty and polished, but we have a complaint, of course. Bad enough she picked a dress that matches her hair; did she have to go for the matchy clutch too?

 

Erin Andrews

Honky Tonk Barbie.

 

Faith Hill in Chado Ralph Rucci

Not crazy about the hair, but the dress is gorgeous. Perhaps a bit too low-key for the CMAs, though. We actually like the lack of jewelry, but again, the big hair doesn’t really go with the minimalism.

 

Ginnifer Goodwin in Prabal Gurung

TRAGIC HAIR. We don’t even think she should be leaving the house with hair like that, let alone appearing in public and having her picture taken. The dress is, typically for her, too complicated and doesn’t suit her.

 

Hannah Blaylock

Too heavy and too long, but we like the color on her.

 

Jane Dear Girls

We don’t know, you guys. We’re all for cultivating a look, but the one on the left looks like she works in an adult toy store and the one on the right … we don’t actually have a problem with the one on the right, although the lacey hem is kind of ugly.

 

Kimberly Schlapman

Simple, but it works. We’re kind of digging the hair. How refreshing to see someone who didn’t iron all the character out of their hair.

 

Kimberly Williams-Paisley

Enh. Like something you’d wear to a wedding.

 

Laura Bell Bundy

Like something you’d wear to jump out of a cake the night before a wedding.

 

Martina McBride

We’re all for ladies in pants on the RC but not these shiny, wrinkly things, Martina. Those shoes look awful.

 

Nicole Kidman in Jean Paul Gaultier

Can’t argue with that.

Sandra Lee

Why is she suddenly everywhere? She must have velcro nipples holding that thing up.

 

Sara Evans

Pretty color; unflattering shape.

Shawna Thompson

It’s sad when strippers are forced to make their costumes out of old hotel room drapes, isn’t it?

 

[Photo Credit: Andrew Evans/PR Photos]

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