Carrie Underwood's 2010 CMA Fashion High Notes!

From princess gowns to shimmering minis, the singer co-hosts country's biggest night in eight glam looks

01 of 08

HEAVY METALLIC

HEAVY METALLIC
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The CMA Awards co-host arrives all aflutter on the red carpet in a sweeping Talbot Runhof gown, Stuart Weitzman shoes, Swarovski clutch and a sprinkling of Johnathon Arndt jewels.

02 of 08

JACKET OF TRADES

JACKET OF TRADES
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Balancing comfort and style, the singer chooses a custom silver WTB suiting jacket, black capris and scarlet patent heels while performing "Songs Like This" alongside co-host Brad Paisley and Keith Urban

03 of 08

RUFFLE SHUFFLE

RUFFLE SHUFFLE
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The show must go on! The master of ceremonies sparkles in a sequined Ina Soltani mini with a dramatic ruffled sash, Jimmy Choo "Cosmic" platforms and Bochic baubles.

04 of 08

COUNTRY ROSE

COUNTRY ROSE
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For her fourth look of the night, Underwood opts for a feminine and frothy baby pink Randi Rahm rosette confection, Stuart Weitzman sandals and Bochic jewelry.

05 of 08

GRAND OLE ORIGAMI

GRAND OLE ORIGAMI
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Keeping things short and sweet, Carrie dons an intricately pleated green Rafael Cennamo number, glittering Jimmy Choo "Viola" platforms, ban.do headband and pentagonal Bochic earrings.

06 of 08

'MAXI'MUM VOLUME

'MAXI'MUM VOLUME
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Letting down her hair – and hemline! – the singer slips into a citrusy watercolor-print Pamella Roland gown, Rene Caovilla heels and Bochic adornments.

07 of 08

RAISIN THE BAR

RAISIN THE BAR
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Switching roles – and looks! – Carrie steps out in a deep plum custom couture Randi Rahm gown and sparkling Johnathon Arndt jewels to perform Mama's Song.

08 of 08

TUTU MUCH

TUTU MUCH
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That's all, folks! Underwood closes the show in a buttery tiered tulle ballerina dress by Georges Chakra couture with red rhinestone flower detailing, Stuart Weitzman shoes and Ippolita hoops.

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