Carrie Underwood hits 2020 Country Music Association Awards red carpet in sparkling dress

Carrie Underwood realizes how to work a red carpet.

In front of the 2020 Country Music Association (CMA) Awards on Wednesday night, the “American Idol” alum swaggered her stuff on red carpet.

For the event, Underwood, 37, wore an asymmetrical sparkling shining silver dress.

One side of the outfit extended to the floor and had a long, flowing sleeve.

The opposite side, in any case, was sleeveless and cut off mid-thigh.

The collar of the dress extended up around her lower neck and the star wore her wavy, light hair down over her shoulders.

Heels and light jewelry finished the ensemble.

Underwood is up for two of the night’s biggest awards this evening: Female vocalist of the year and entertainer of the year.

Since 2006, she’s wracked up nine CMA Awards. Most recently, she won two CMT Music Awards.

Among different nominees for entertainer of the year is Miranda Lambert, who recently revealed to Entertainment Tonight that it’s “pretty incredible and it’s also very humbling” to be facing her partner for the award.

She said her fellow country crooner was “a force” to be dealt with. “I’ve always been a huge supporter and believer, and was very vocal last year about how I thought she should take it home,” Lambert said of the mom-of-two.

“So if she does this year, I’ll be the first one out of my seat,” the “Bring Me Down” singer admitted.

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