RED CARPET RADAR: Fashion Fetes And Flops At CMT Awards

Country Music’s hottest crooner’s were in attendance at the CMT Awards in Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday night, where they walked the blue carpet in country couture, which ranged from totally fab to faux pas. Carrie Underwood may have been a big winner of the evening, scoring the Video of the Year award for Cowboy Casanova, but the beautiful blonde failed to win over the fashionistas, wearing a hot pink, high-necked number, which featured a black embellished belt and collar strap.

PHOTOS: Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, LeAnn Rimes, Hayden Panettiere, Julianne Hough, Sheryl Crow, Hilary Scott, Snooki, The Situation, Kid Rock, David Spade, Miranda Lambert, Faith Hill, Laura Bell Bundy, Kellie Pickler, Erin Andrews, Trisha Yearwood And Kara DioGuardi At The CMT Awards

Taylor Swift was a burgundy babe, rocking a gorgeously hued John Galliano corseted cocktail dress with Christian Louboutin strappy heels and Lorraine Schwartz bling. The usually wavy-haired blonde wore her hair stick straight and parted down the side, which really had a striking effect.

PHOTOS: Jessica Biel In Emilio Pucci

Hayden Panettiere looked beyond sexy, wearing a lingerie-inspired mini from the same Emilio Pucci collection as Jessica Biel’s A-Team premiere gown. The teal green silk and lace, one-shouldered mini showed off her petite bod, and was perfectly paired with Salvatore Ferragamo peep-toes.

PHOTOS: Taylor Swift’s Siren Style

LeAnn Rimes looked like she stepped out of a 1980’s sitcom, wearing a brightly patterned Mara Hoffman sweetheart strapless with Neil Lane jewels, which would have been cute for a daytime event, but not an awards show red carpet. The Situation and Snooki were also attendance, and though we do not know why, they definitely provided red carpet entertainment, per usual.

What country star looked like she got her style inspiration from Snooki, wearing a discoball mini very similar in design to the poufed Jersey girl’s? Check out the gallery in Style to find out.

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