Carrie Underwood is not only one of the CMT artists of the year, she is also a fervent expectant mother!
On Wednesday, the pregnant "Cry Pretty" singer swapped her sparkling tears for two glittering dresses at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, where she teamed with other awardees Kelsea Ballerini, Miranda Lambert, Maren Morris, Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town and Kimberly Schlapman, Hillary Scott and Loretta Lynn were honored by Lady Antebellum.
Underwood, 35, walked on the red carpet in a long, sequined blue Tadashi Shoji dress as she clutched her baby bump. And just moments before Keith Urban handed her the award, the American Idol champion switched to another sequined ensemble, this time a black and gold long sleeve dress with geometric patterns and embellishments.
The event marks Underwood's second awards since debuting at the American Music Awards earlier this month.
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"We need more things like this," Underwood began her acceptance speech and confirmed her female colleagues. "You're not here because you're women, you're here because you're damn good, it's an honor to share with you tonight."
After Underwood made their warm comments, they played with the Country -Duo Maddie & Tae is a medley of female anthems that will serve as the opening act for Underwood's Cry Pretty Tour 360, which begins in May 2019.