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Red Carpet Is A Little Bit Country, And A Lot Glam

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The Academy of Country Music — or ACM — Awards brought country royalty to Vegas, with clothes to match.

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Taylor Swift continues to reign in this gorgeous, sunny, sophisticated Elie Saab.

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The Judds! Going, it would seem, steampunk. Which is their prerogative as country royalty.

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AnnaSophia Robb goes for total sweetness.

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When "Lady Antebellum" is in your job description, I guess corseting is mandated. Right, Hillary Scott?

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Julianne Hough in rather Melrose-inflected Randi Rahm.

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Emily West goes for full-on Cinderella. But these hard-core shoes aren't going anywhere.

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Nicole Kidman opted for a slinktastic L'Wren Scott, in her ongoing bid to Hollywood up all country-music events.

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Carrie Underwood opted for an unfortunate level of maximalism in Jean Fares Couture.

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In randomness, we have Chace Crawford, who I guess thinks he's channeling "country" by wearing an undershirt.

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Laura Bell Bundy fills the obligatory "Medusa" slot for the evening.

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In her capacity as grande dame, Martina McBride channels Olympus.

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Susie Brown and Danelle Leverett of The Janedear Girls opt for pure, unfiluted Vegas glam.

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Kimberly Schlapman mixes her big cats with a cheetah-print and a mane!

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Meghan Linsey is in Steel Magnolia. Nuff said.

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Nancy O'Dell, never one for understatement, takes full advantage of the opp for flamboyance.

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Jennette McCurdy is in Mandalay. Which apparently had a fabric shortage. And a sequin surfeit.

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In many ways, Ira Dean was the star of this entire event.

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Sorry Ira, but that pony won't trick.