VOTE: Which was Carrie Underwood's Best CMA Style?

11/12/2009 at 11:18 AM ET

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Carrie Underwood kicked off tonight’s CMA Awards red carpet in a glittering Theia siren gown that shouted sex appeal. But the show’s host was quick to reveal, “I’m not going to keep this one on all night!” She explained, “I’m supposed to have nine [costume changes] during the show.” And did she ever! From the frothy green Ina Soltani stunner to silver sequined short-shorts ensemble by Roberto de Villacis, a ruffled-up orange Ina Soltani stunner and purple floral embroidered confection, the looks just kept on coming all evening long. Tell us: Which of our favorite five of her looks is your favorite of the night?

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Just Me on

I think that Carrie’s voice is so much better then the new so called Entertainer of the Year.
Taylor Swift’s songs all sound the same. She is more hard rock then country. She needs to get a life and go to rock. Carrie is truly the Female Vocalist of the Year and Entertainer of the Year in my book!!!

helen nitzsche on

I understand that Carrie has the #1 song as well as #1 video, but while I’m definitely not a prude, I’m really disappointed that she has chosen to go the MTV route with a sleazy video which portrays a truly gifted artist as a sex symbol. Obviously she’s a beautiful woman, but God gave her a talent we all enjoy. I’d like to she her keep it classy and keep it about the music. Country has more to offer in people we’d like to see our children emulate, it doesn’t need to sink to MTV level.

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I loved the green dress that she wore! It was my favorite of the night. Stunning…truly

GhostOfHalston on

I like the ensemble with the shorts, it showed her having some FUN. All the other outfits looked stale and plain by comparison. HOT, HOT, HOT!

judy on

Carrie looked good in all the outfits. She is a very beautiful young lady.

Joe on

Carrie took the cake with her silver short shorts! She’ll be bigger than britney or madana ever was for sure! Loved the way she pushed her pervis toward us with the beat! Go carrie!

Cami on

I think Carrie looked incredible in the silver shorts. Don’t you people get it!! It’s an image that is supposed to be bigger than life. Her other dresses were boring. The silver shorts where hot and fresh and the top was amazing!!

romeo on

I completely agree with Carrie’s new sassy look in those shorts. She is beautiful and talented. How do you think Madonna created her image and became a world wide star? Carrie looks edgy and modern. Her costumes in her new Casanova video are hot!! You go Carrie!! Who is this designer Devillacis??

Meredith on

I personally don’t see why people are saying Carrie isn’t classy because she wore those shorts. They weren’t that short! Plus, she had something over them. That whole song/performance was that exactly; a performance. Do you think you’d ever see Carrie wearing that outfit in real life? No! She wouldn’t. It’s a persona for that song, so she picked an outfit that fit the persona. I personally think it was stunning.
I loved the embroidered dress more. It was breathtaking. She looks gorgeous in alll of her outfits though. She always looks gorgeous. & she can sing too! She’s 100% flawless.

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