Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 23 July 2014

Shakira shines at ACM Awards

Shakira

Shakira dazzled in a Zuhair Murad gown at the 2014 Country Music Awards yesterday.

The blonde star arrived at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas wearing a stunning cut-out gown by Zuhair Murad. With skin-coloured panels across her waist, arms and the side of her thigh it looked from a distance as though Shakira was flashing flesh, while the sequined patches dazzled as she walked the red carpet.

Due to the shimmery finish of the ensemble the 37-year-old singer simply wore rings on her fingers as an added touch of sparkle. Her long light locks were worn down and she kept her make-up simple with a spot of mascara and pink lipstick.

Later on during the ceremony Shakira took to the stage with fellow musician Blake Shelton to perform their track Medicine. For her stage appearance she swapped her glamorous number for a more racy red corset mini dress designed by Kristian Aadnevik.

Country star Carrie Underwood also turned heads as she arrived at the event in Sin City. Her white fringe dress by Oscar de la Renta gave her appearance a classic Hollywood feel, which was complemented by her wavy blonde hair worn down over her left shoulder. To complete her look Carrie wore Jimmy Choo heels and jewels by David Yurman.

Miranda Lambert was the big winner at the event, picking up three awards including Female Vocalist of the Year. She looked like winning material in nude-coloured spaghetti-strap dress by Randi Rahm, which was covered in Swarovski crystals.

Miranda also changed outfits several times throughout the night, including when she rocked a pair of jeans and white top during her performance of Automatic.

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