2022 CMA Red Carpet: From Katy Perry to Lindsay Ell, the worst-dressed celebs you simply can't unsee
Blue and white appeared to be the chosen colors of the prestigious gala with many stars showing up in hues of the same
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE: The biggest night for country music, the 56th annual Country Music Association Awards finally arrived in Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday, November 9, and brought a chance for all Country music stars to put their sartorial foot forward. Hosted by NFL star Peyton Manning and Luke Bryan, the star-studded glamorous night came with a number of alluring moments.
With breathtaking clothes on display, the stars left no stone unturned to make an impression on the red carpet. Blue and white appeared to be the chosen colors of the event, with stars showing up in shades of the said hues. While some celebrities managed to make jaws drop with their stunning looks, there were also a few misses on the red carpet this year.
Styled by Tatiana Waterford, the ‘Unconditionally’ singer walked the red carpet in two different denim outfits by Marques’Almeida. The outfit featured a deep V-neck corset with off-shoulder straps and frayed edges, and an over-sized pair of acid washed jeans. A giant bow was the "icing" on top. Unfortunately, fans were left yawning with all that denim.
Lace is surely not for everyonw. Miranda Lambert arrived at the party in a vintage Mugler from Morphew. The pink satin gown with black lace failed to enhance the 'Vice' singer’s confidence that she usually carries like a queen.
For the star-studded event, the 'Right on Time' artist opted for a leopard print gown with a thigh-high slit. The dramatic gown also featured a crisscrossed open front and back lattice-tied design. However, it took the drama a little too far with its light glittery layer.
The 'Lady Like' singer left little to imagination in a bold two-piece set. Proving that less is less, Ingrid donned a barely-there shimmery bikini top with a matching toe-length black skirt.
To try and stand out, Jenee Fleenor opted for a straight out of a 'Grand Ole Opry' performance in the past. The mismatched colors of the outfit clearly didn’t do much on the otherwise glamorous red carpet.
The 'Martha Divine' singer's black and sparkling gown with a deep strapless neckline left fans scratching their heads. The only highlight of the look was her bold tattoos and signature white bangs.