Carrie Underwood looked amazingly fit less than four months after giving birth, on the red carpet at the CMT Music Awards at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena Thursday.
Carrie Underwood, who won three awards at the show, stunned in a white mini-skirt that showcased her toned legs.
Underwood, who welcomed son Isaiah with husband Mike Fisher Feb. 27, was "very motivated" to get back in shape soon, her personal trainer Erin Oprea told OK! Magazine -- and the results are evident.
The former American Idol conquered at the show, winning the awards for video of the year, female video of the year and collaborative video of the year.
The leggy "Little Toy Guns" singer, who lost the 30 pounds she put on during her pregnancy with Isaiah, said she's penned a song in honor of her little one.
"I didn't want to force anything or have anything be cheesy or weird, like 'Oh, she had a baby, so she's singing about her baby,'" the Oklahoma native told USA Today at the ceremony. "It just kind of happened one day."
Underwood said she's already gotten "more than a good start" on her next album, adding she's "taking things in sections."
The 32-year-old stunner was a vision of beauty as the crowd erupted in applause for her.
Here's a shot of the star three months before giving birth, as she posed on the red carpet at the 48th annual CMA Awards Nov. 5.
Underwood, seen here at the American Country Countdown Awards Dec. 15, gradually built up her exercise regimen from lunges and squats to planks in her workouts, her trainer said.
The bumpy beauty stuck to a meal plan that included oatmeal, salads and veggies, according to her trainer.