breaking news: Carrie Underwood burned down the stage in short shorts (again!) and of course, those famous legs were on full display.
Okay, maybe it’s not breaking news considering the country queen always looks spectacular when she hits the stage, but her recent outfit has fans throwing all the fire emojis and heart eyes her way.
After wooing everyone with a killer performance on Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show, Carrie kept the good times rolling at the Country Concert event in Ft. Loramie, Ohio. The “Ghost Story” singer shared a few snapshots from the night on Instagram and let’s just say fans are all in agreement—the legs, the outfit, the hair are EVERYTHING!
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Similar to the chain daisy duke shorts that had everyone talking, Carrie opted for a signature look: fringe denim shorts, bedazzled boots and a graphic tee complete with rhinestones. Like the title of her latest album Denim & Rhinestonesthe singer’s been sticking to a go-to denim and rhinestones combo whenever she performs.
In the first photo, the 39-year-old singer is seen having a true rockstar moment as she shreds the guitar, but you already know, it wasn’t the outfit that caught people’s attention. Those famous Carrie Underwood legs are toned as ever and once again, fans ran straight to the comment section to leave messages like:
- “Leg goals. 👏🔥”
- “Taking over the music industry since 2005.”
- “Classy and amazing! Your show was a great last night. Truly! I am now a huge fan for sure. Downloaded all of your songs this morning.
Plus, your legs! Holy Schmoly!🥰😍♥️”
The “Somethin’ Bad” singer doesn’t just get that toned overnight, folks. She stays consistent by working out almost everyday, even when she’s on the road. In an interview with Women’s HealthCarrie had this to say about the importance of fitness in her life: “My self-care is my gym time, and that’s a stress reliever for me.”
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