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Monday, April 8, 2013

Academy of Country Music Awards 2013 - Red Carpet


Carrie Underwood's strapless orange and red floral Naeem Khan frock was perfect for the springtime awards show. She finished off her look with a messy up-do, a black clutch, Jimmy Choo heels, and minimal jewelry.


Jewel certainly wasn't playing any foolish games when it came to her dress choice for the awards show. The hot mama wore a gorgeous peach frock and polished off her look with bronzed skin and blown-out tresses. The 38-year-old performed her old song, "Hands," combined with "Fill a Heart," at the show.

Shania Twain, 47, doesn't look a day over 40 in her black mini dress, thigh-high black boots, and wild tresses. We're not in love with the "Come on Over" diva's look, but we have to admit, she's smokin' hot.

"Two Broke Girls" star Beth Behrs was perfection in pink in a strapless lace gown and silver heels. The 27-year-old, who was on hand to introduce Lady Antebellum's performance, topped off her springy look with a cute up-do and silver earrings.

It's a battle of the golden girls at the Academy of Country Music Awards between longtime champ Taylor Swift and newcomer Jana Kramer. Swift went a more demure route than we're used to seeing, rocking a high neckline in a muted, albeit sequined and intricately beaded, column dress by Dolce & Gabbana.

If it makes you happy – or even if it doesn't – Sheryl Crow looked young and stunning in a navy blue corset and pants combo at the night's big event.

Jana Kramer, 29, brings the serious sparkle. While her neckline is similar to Taylor's, we think the Newcomer of the Year nominee brings the drama and outshimmers the shine-lover in Swift. Adorned with fringe embellishments, the dress has a bright, youthful glow that gives way to a flowing, chiffon bottom. And it may even be helping Kramer have one of those rare, unforgettable red carpet moments.

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