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Carrie Underwood lit up the stage last night at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles at the beautiful Staples Center. The 29-year-old Grammy nominated country singer rocked an ivory Theia dress with LED lights underneath displaying visual effects during her performance.
While Underwood performed her No. 1 hit, "Blown Away," as well as, "Two Black Cadillacs," beautiful images of flowers and dazzling shapes were projected onto her LED dress. "We wanted it to be artful and dramatic," the American Idol winner told reporters post-show, according to US Magazine.
Underwood wanted to simply stand in place on the honorable Grammys stage and sing her heart out. She wanted to do that, as well as capture the audience’s attention with something different and unique. Well, you did just that, Carrie!
As if that wasn't enough to spark the crowd, Underwood's biggest pride was her $31 million necklace that she wore. According to PEOPLE, her $31 million Johnathon Arndt gem necklace featured 381 carats of oval, pear, marquise, and round brilliant white diamonds. "It's heavy on my soul," Underwood told E! News. Can you believe her necklace cost that much?
She lit up the stage with her new dramatic red carpet look, will this be the trend she brings from now on? We can't wait to see what "flash" Underwood brings next.