Carrie Underwood made a spectacular comeback Wednesday night at the Country Music Television (CMT) Awards in Nashville, Tennessee. The 32-year-old new mom made her first red carpet appearance since giving birth to her first baby. The “Blown Away” singer surprised everyone by showing up in a skin-tight dress that showed off her incredibly slim and toned post-pregnancy figure.
Underwood and husband Mike Fisher, a hockey player for the NHL's Nashville Predators, welcomed their first child, Isaiah Michael Fisher, in February. The country singer maintained a low-profile since then, even skipping the 2015 Grammy Awards to spend some quality time with her husband and her newborn son.
But on Wednesday night she made a comeback, showing off her toned body in a white, full-sleeve, body-hugging mini dress by designer Thomas Wylde, writes E! Online. She completed her look with a matching Deepa Gurnani clutch and stylish Jimmy Choo heels.
The singer looked gorgeous and slim just three-and-a-half months after giving birth. The songstress was nominated for five awards and took home three gongs, including one for Female Video of the Year for "Something In the Water" and another for Collaborative Video of the Year, with Miranda Lambert for their hit "Somethin' Bad."
For her onstage performance, Underwood wore a sheer black gown with mirrored embellishments and looked stunning. She and Lambert performed their award-winning song live.
According to People, the “See You Again” singer has set a CMT Awards record by winning 13 total awards. "This is such an amazing blessing," Underwood said onstage when she picked up her Video of the Year Award. The award was selected by fan voting.
Other big winners included Luke Bryan, who picked up Male Video of the Year for "Play It Again"; Lady Antebellum, Florida Georgia Line and newcomer Sam Hunt.