All About Reba McEntire's 7 Major Outfit Changes at the 2019 ACMs
The 16-time host pulled out all the stops for her big night and we have all the scoop on her seven different looks
Country music superstar, Reba McEntire, hosted the 54th Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday night in Las Vegas for an impressive 16th time and did it in her humorous and stylish ways. Between the time she hit the red carpet to the closing credits, she made seven outfit swaps throughout the night and each look had her signature sparkle, glam and subtle country touch. See every outfit, below.
McEntire started off the evening by walking the red carpet in a maroon tiered fringe dress by Chiara Boni styled with black and silver rhinestone cowboy boots and layered leather necklaces from her personal collection.
Then she kicked off the show in this silver sparkly beaded fringed number custom made by Jonathan Kayne.
McEntire’s third outfit of the evening was her boldest yet, stepping on stage in a purple velvet Tom Ford suit with custom cowgirl embroidery and Swarovski crystal embellishments designed by House of Harper.
Following this two-piece stunner was another amazing fringe look. This time, she chose an ombré silver and pewter beaded Mac Duggal gown.
As the night progressed with awards and performances, so did Reba’s looks. Her glitziest was this black and blue beaded fringe Jonathan Kayne mini dress, which she accessorized with matching electric blue Brian Atwood heels and vintage jewels.
One highlight of the night was her performance of her new hit song “Freedom”, which she sang while wearing a fiery red custom Terry Gordon leather jacket with Swarovski crystal embellishments and fringe and a pair of matching red leather embellished boots that she designed for her line with Justin boots.
The country star closed out the evening with a major bang in this custom Jonathan Kayne long-sleeve black velvet gown that featured a crystal embellished neckline.