carrie underwood cma awards 2014 dresses wardrobe outfits gi Carrie Underwood doesn't disappoint in the CMA Awards 2014 dress department

Carrie Underwood didn’t let a little thing like being pregnant get in the way of making multiple wardrobe changes during the 2014 CMA Awards on Wednesday (Nov. 5) night — at this point, it’s practically a tradition. Her wardrobe choices were on-point, and it was easy to overlook that she’s expecting.
The singer kicked off the evening on the red carpet in a neutral Lorena Sarbu dress with beading and an asymmetrical hem. Once the show got going, she was kept busy between her co-hosting duties, swapping outfits and finding time to perform. See them in order above.
The first half of the awards was dominated with white, silver and black dresses: Some short, some long, some with straps, some with short sleeves. Just as this was starting to get a bit boring, a flowing sea-foam green gown signaled it was time for a change, and an emerald green caftan and blood red Grecian number soon followed.
For her “Something in the Water” performance — which will be featured on her “Greatest Hits” album being released next month — Underwood wore a gown with an overlap of flowers on the bodice. And, busy as she already was, the new video for “Something in the Water” hit Twitter at the same time, adding yet another look to her evening.

Finishing strong, Underwood closed out the night with a hot pink skirt and floral top followed by a bright blue frock.
On Monday, Underwood admitted to Late Night host Seth Meyers that “I definitely have outfit ADD. Like, I can’t stay in the same one,” while her CMA co-host, Brad Paisley, joked, “I’ll just change every five minutes. Nobody cares what I wear at all.”
True enough.
Which one of Carrie’s dresses was your favorite?
Posted by:Brill Bundy

Brill Bundy has spent her entire career covering TV and pop culture. This is what happens when your parents try and limit your viewing habits to three shows a week. Likes: seasons with no more than 13 episodes, anti-heroes and binge-watching. Dislikes: when cartoon characters make out, when TV shows name check their titles, drawn out premieres and finales. TV words to live by: "If every porkchop was perfect, we wouldn't have hot dogs."