(Radio.com) "This past year I've had the pleasure of being on the road with one of the greatest voices in the world period," Hunter Hayes said as he introduced six-time Grammy Award winner Carrie Underwood.
Underwood soon appeared on the GRAMMY stage in a gorgeous grey ball-gown, singing right underneath a chandelier and alongside two guitarists. She then showcased her impressive vocals on the slowed, stripped down "Blown Away." She ended the track with powerful belts before the curtain opened to display the rest of her backing band.
As she began her new single "Two Black Cadillacs" it wasn't her voice that had everyone glued to her performance but her glowing dress. As blue designs engulfed her torso, new images began to appear. Butterflies and flower pedals were soon projected onto her dress, telling a somewhat interesting albeit twisted tale to the somber song. more on this story