Carrie Underwood brought lots of sparkle and a hint of the 80’s the American Music Awards Sunday night (November 20).
Underwood, who was nominated for two awards during the annual show, took her performance of “Crazy Angels” to the air as she sang while dangling over the crowd. The singer donned a white, black, pink and blue sparkling bodysuit, a choker and bare feet for the performance that took her from the air to the stage.
— Entertainment Tonight (@etnow) November 21, 2022
“Crazy Angels” is a track from Underwood’s latest album, Denim & Rhinestones. The album title is also the name of her current 43-city tour. Underwood is almost halfway through the tour that kicked off in Greenville, South Carolina, on October 15 and will conclude in Seattle, Washington, on March 17, 2023. The tour includes a two-month break for the holidays.
Prior to the awards show, Underwood stunned on the red carpet with a full-length Tony Ward gown full of shimmer, fringe and sparkle.
— Ivan (@rnb_001) November 21, 2022
Underwood, who has a career total of 17 AMA wins, was in the running for Best Country Album and Best Female-Country Artist, but was beat by Taylor Swift in both categories.
The losses didn’t take away from Carrie Underwood’s stunning live performance. Watch Carrie sing “Crazy Angels” at the American Music Awards in the video below.