Monday, April 4, 2011

Taylor Swift glitters in gold as Miranda Lambert spills out of low-cut Grecian gown at the Academy of Country Music Awards

Taylor Swift stole the show at the Academy of Country Music Awards tonight as she waltzed on to the red carpet in a stunning gold gown.

The 21-year-old country star looked elegant in her ensemble - but the same could not be said for fellow singer Miranda Lambert.

She turned heads at the Las Vegas event in a very low-cut white Grecian dress, which struggled to contain her dangerous curves.

Gracing the red carpet: Taylor Swift arrived to the Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas tonight in an elegant gold gown
The 27-year-old star, who was the big winner of the night with four gongs, was seen fidgeting in her outfit, and had to constantly keep pulling it up to avoid any embarrassing episodes.

Other stars at the awards ceremony, which was held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, included Carrie Underwood, who looked regal in purple, and Julianne Hough, who slipped into a daring, backless orange design.
Flame-haired Rihanna sets the stage alight at Academy of Country Music Awards

Actress and bikini model Brooklyn Decker looked in top shape in a form-fitting pink dress while Jennifer Nettles of country duo Sugarland opted for a classic black gown with criss-cross panelling.

Revealing: She wore her hair in tumbling curls, but fellow country singer Miranda Lambert could barely contain her curves in her low-cut white Grecian dress

Sparkle: Lambert, who is nominated for seven awards, had to keep adjusting her outfit to avoid any embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions

Brave surfer Bethany Hamilton, who lost an arm aged 13 in a shark attack, also graced the red carpet in a floor-length blue dress.

The 21-year-old was joined by actress Anna Sophia Robb, 17, who plays her in the film Soul Surfer.

The biggest names in country music converged in Las Vegas for the 46th annual event, which was appropriately decked out with a casino inside.

Be my date: Australian actress Nicole Kidman came along to support her husband Keith Urban

Regal: Carrie Underwood dazzled in a floor-length purple number while Jennifer Nettles of country music duo Sugarland opted for classic black
Taylor Swift, who just wrapped her international tour, greeted fans outside the MGM Grand.
'It's been crazy being in a different country every couple of days,' she said.
'I am a little jet-lagged, but it's all good.'
Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman turned their trip to Las Vegas into a family vacation.

Daring: Actress and bikini model Brooklyn Decker showed off her curves in a form-fitting pink dress while dancer and country music star Julianne Hough went for a backless orange dress

Kidman said the family had spent the morning at the pool, with their older daughter Sunday Rose helping three-month-old Faith Margaret in the water.
Kidman said she is happy her two youngest daughters will have the same close relationship she had with her sister growing up in Australia. She and Urban held hands as they walked the red carpet before the show.

Husband and wife singers Joey + Rory, who won top new vocal duo in 2010, were trying their luck again this year at the blackjack table.

Glamorous: Professional surfer Bethany Hamilton wowed in a blue gown and was joined by actress AnnaSophia Robb who plays her in the film Soul Surfer

Extravagant gowns: Actress Laura Bell , singer Emily West and Shawna Thompson of Thompson Square

'I'm pretty much addicted to gambling,' said Rory Lee Feek on the red carpet outside the award show, his arms wrapped around his wife's waist.
'That's why I don't give him any cash,' Joey Martin quipped in reply.
Darius Rucker said his time in Sin City had been divided between the rehearsal stage, a golf course and 'gambling too much.'

Double act: Karen Fairchild and Kimberly Schlapman of Little Big Town and Susie Brown and Danelle Leverett of the JaneDear Girls
Kimberly Perry of The Band Perry said she expects McGraw to live up to his reputation as a basketball junkie while they are all on tour this summer.
She and her band mates may not be varsity-worthy, but that doesn't mean they aren't going to put up a fight on the court.
'What we lack in height and stature, we make up in feistiness,' she said.

Turning heads: Singer Martina McBride, like Lambert went for the Grecian dress look, but it was not quite so low-cut

Matching black: Members of Lady Antebellum, from left Dave Haywood, Hillary Scott and Charles Kelley

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