The country crooner was pretty in prints for her latest appearance, and she looked fabulous in a strapless chevron dress as she dished about what it was really like teaming up with Miranda!
Carrie Underwood was the star of the show, yet again, at the 13th Annual Samsung Hope For Children Gala at Cipriani Wall Street on June 10, in NYC, where she made a statement in a pretty chevron cocktail dress — and HollywoodLife.com got to chat with the songstress about her duet with Miranda Lambert.
Carrie Underwood — Miranda Lambert Interview:
How can any of us forget Carrie and Miranda’s duet of “Something Bad” at the CMT awards on June 4? When we spoke to Carrie, she gushed about teaming up with the fellow country crooner. “Being on stage with someone like that, we feed off each other,” she said. “And we both like big hair and sparkles! I actually think we’re a lot alike, so it has been really wonderful.” We couldn’t agree more!
Carrie Underwood’s Dress — Samsung Hope For Children Gala:
Carrie wore a Rubin Singer black and silver chevron-print strapless dress which featured an uneven hemline, which gave the ensemble a modern and chic vibe. The frock, from the Fall 2014 collection, was definitely more of a risk on the red carpet — but it is one she totally pulled off! She finished off the ensemble with breathtaking accessories, which included Jacob & Co. jewels and simple yet chic Henri Lepore ‘Carmela’ black T-strap pumps. A red metallic clutch added a bold pop of color to the ensemble.
Writing & Reporting By Olivia Elgart