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Carrie Underwood in Michael Cinco dress named Best Dressed at CMT Music Awards

by | Entertainment, Feature, Lifestyle

Jun. 16, 19 | 10:49 am

Hollywood country singer Carrie Underwood definitely made heads turn during the CMT Music Awards while wearing a dress created by UAE-based Filipino designer Michael Cinco.

Underwood attended the event while wearing a nuded beaded dress with longsleeves and a plunging neckline. She also wore rings from Noudar Jewelry and a pair of starburst hoop earrings from Paris based jewelry line, Djula. She completed the look with a pair of strappy gold heels.

Her outfit choice caught the attention of fashion enthusiasts and she was even included on the Best Dressed list of People Magazine and E! Entertainment.

Other websites like Yahoo! and Hollywood Life also commended Underwood’s dress that night.

The said awards ceremony, which first started in 1967, is a fan vote-based awards show which recognizes country music videos and television performances. It is held every year in Nashville, Tennessee, and broadcast live on CMT.

During this year’s CMT Music Awards, the Grammy-winning country singer won two awards including video of the year for “Cry Pretty” and female video of the year for “Love Wins.”

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