Carrie Underwood turned the American Country Countdown Awards into her own runway Sunday night. The star appeared in four different outfits throughout the night, each sassier and sexier than the last.
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Who better to collaborate on a new swimwear line than a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover model? And what better way to announce it than to bare your baby bump in a cheeky bikini? Bar Refaeli just unveiled the news of her swim collaboration on Instagram modeling this season’s hottest trend, a thong bikini.
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On Sunday night, country music honored its best and brightest at the Academy of Country Music Awards. And when a bunch of would-be cowboy and girl crooners get together, you better believe there’s a whole lot of glitz, glamour and (in some cases) sky-high bouffants hairsprayed to within a inch of their lives. After all, as they say, the higher the hair, the closer to God.
Carrie Underwood is set for summer in her latest Instagram selfie.
“I’m so proud to be able to work with @dickssportinggoods to create a line of swimwear that makes me feel so good! Adorable and athletic…and covers everything I want covered! @caliabycarrie #staythepath #summeriscoming #vegas,” Underwood, 33, captioned the snap posted on Friday.
Carrie Underwood is hitting the road this season for The Storyteller Tour: Stories in the Round, playing arenas all around the country through the end of July. It’s a big tour that calls for big stage looks, and for that, she called upon Marina Toybina (inset below). The Emmy award-winning costume designer is a pro when it comes to making statements on stage, having already worked with Underwood on her 2012 Blown Away Tour, Taylor Swift’s Red Tour, as well as Katy Perry’s Prismatic Tour, and the XLIX Super Bowl Halftime Show (yes, she was the one behind the infamous Left Shark costume!).
So what did she draw up this go around?
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As the face of Almay, you’d expect Carrie Underwood to know a thing or two about beauty. But she really knows her stuff. She recently revealed all the specifics in a new Allure interview feature proving what we never thought could be true — she’s really just a woman battling blemishes and wishing for killer abs like the rest of us.