Miranda Lambert Debuts ‘Something Bad’ With Carrie Underwood

Sun, May 18, 2014 10:18pm EDT by 2 Comments

Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood joined forces for a sizzling debut performance of ‘Something Bad’ at the Billboard Music Awards. New favorite song alert!

Miranda Lambert, 30, and Carrie Underwood, 31, were almost too hot to handle during their “Something Bad” performance on May 18 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Miranda Lambert & Carrie Underwood Perform ‘Something Bad’ — Billboard Music Awards

The two queens of country music teamed up for an epic debut performance of Miranda’s “Something Bad” — and it was nothing but good!

Miranda and Carrie kicked off the song back-to-back before quickly stepping off of a platform and onto the stage together.

As sparks lit up behind them, both singers showed off some super sexy dance moves. Damn, ladies!

With a full band behind them, Carrie and Miranda sang their hearts out while shaking their behinds all over the stage.

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We also loved how during each chorus Carrie and Miranda made sure to turn and face each other as they sang. They are BFF’s for sure!

As if Carrie and Miranda’s powerhouse voices weren’t enough to give a good performance, they added in a sexy punk-rock look that was to die for.

Miranda rocked a skin-tight red mini-skirt and low-cut shirt that flaunted her gorgeous body.

While keeping in theme, Carrie opted for a pair of black short-shorts matched with a gorgeous pair of stilettos.

Both singers rocked leather jackets and vamped up their look with flawless dark eye makeup. Of course we can’t forget to mention their big Southern belle-like hair.

So gorgeous!

WATCH: Miranda Lambert & Carrie Underwood’s Full ‘Something Bad’ Performance

Tell us, HollywoodLifers — Did you like Carrie and Miranda’s performance? Were you a fan of their sexy style? Let us know your thoughts below!

– Lauren Cox

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Posted at 2:30 PM on May 19, 2014  

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John

Posted at 10:58 PM on May 18, 2014  

Oh man, was this song bad alright! Look, I know that Miranda has always tried to have a “rock chick” attitude, but she went too far this time. Carrie Underwood looked embarrassingly bad trying to do the same. I guess she’s been taking lessons from old burned out Steven Tyler, who she loves so much. Both looked like they were trying too hard to be “rock” stars. Since when did country music turn into hard rock? Then again, look at the likes of other wannabes like Brantley Gilbert, and as much I hate to say this, Eric Church. Secondly, was it also necessary for both of them to look like rock chick hookers? I bet that got more than just Blake and Mike excited. Assuming that this song will be released as a single, I expect it to do well just by name recognition alone, but a country song it is not. In any case, the lamestream media will hype the crap out of it with most “country” stations playing it a thousand times a day like they do every other pop song that they like to call “country” music these days.

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