Grammys 2013: Carrie underwood Looks Beautiful During her Performance [PHOTOS]
By Staff Writer | February 10, 2013 10:50 PM EST
The annual 55th Grammy Awards is to take place tonight in Los Angeles.
As one of music's biggest events of the year, top performers include comeback of six-time Grammy winner, first-time artist collaborations, Grammy debuts and more.
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Carrie Underwood tweeted her excitement about the show, "Uh-oh...It's the night before the Grammys and I can't sleep! It's going on 3:30... :( #whyme."
Carrie has won the Best Country Solo Performance with her hit song "Blown Away" and wowed the crowd with an amazing performance looking beautiful. Her performance receives a standing ovation.
Fans shared on Twitter, "Great light effects on Carrie's dress," "We were already #BlownAway by her voice...but the dress, too?!! Amazing @CarrieUnderwood performance at @TheGrammys."
The 55th Annual Grammy Awards is to return to Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday. It will air live on the CBS Television Network at 8p.m. ET. It will be hosted for the second time by LL Cool J.
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