ACM Awards 2022 Red Carpet: The best and worst-dressed country stars of the night
The Academy of Country Music Awards 2022 kicked off with a stellar red carpet show as the whos who of country music turned their style game up a notch. Hosted by country music queen Dolly Parton, the ACM Awards is taking place at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas this year. Ahead of the awards night, stars dazzled on the red carpet as they traded their cowboy boots and plaids with glamourous gowns, dresses, and suits.
From Dolly Parton to Brittney Spencer, Brooke Eden, and Kelsea Ballerini, the country stars turned heads in their stunning designer gowns and glitzy accessories. However, there were a few misses on the red carpet this year as well. We have compiled a list of the best-dressed and worst-dressed artists at the ACM Awards this year.
The 76-year-old country legend co-hosted the awards this year and had quite a few costume changes. However, it was her black and metallic silver dress with frills that stood out on the red carpet.
The singer channeled her inner mermaid energy as she looked resplendent in a stunning aquamarine blue gown.
The pop star wowed in a black Saint Laurent cutout gown, paired with a bejeweled choker and gloves.
The 'American Idol' winner and 'If I don't love you' hitmaker donned a glitzy Dolce and Gabbana mini dress on the red carpet.
The 'Sober and Skinny' singer looked absolutely gorgeous in a flowy peach gown with a floral bow at the front.
The 31-year-old singer failed to impress in her suede leather dress from Christian Dior, with the bizarre neckline and asymmetrical shape.
While we are in love with Lainey Wilson, we are not sure how much we love this embroidered Manuel coat with peacock feathers and vine motifs. The singer, however, went on to bag the New Female Artist of The Year and best song of the year award.
Cassie DiLaura left fans in a debate over her red lace jumpsuit with an unimpressive neckline and waistband. The stark contrast in her face makeup and hands was also quite evident in front of the cameras.