Taylor Swift may have looked a picture of innocence as she walked the Country Music Awards 2013 red carpet last night, but this soon changed as the Love Story superstar took to the stage to perform Red in a rather racy number.
The 23 year old may have left the awards ceremony, held in Nasville Tennessee, empty handed, but it looks like the blonde still had an amazing evening as she vamped it up on stage in a risque red and black number.
Taylor walked the CMT Awards 2013 red carpet in this gown...(Photo: Splash News)
Carrie Underwood also took to the stage last night and dedicated her performance to the victims of the recent set of Oklahoma tornadoes.
Carrie belted out 'See You Again' but changed her performance to include around 24 choir members from Nashville's Christ Church to remember those who have been affected by the natural disasters.
“The choir, I've never done that before and they just kind of take it to a whole ethereal place,” Carrie told CBS News after rehearsals.
Before she later switched to this risque number for her 'Red' performance (Photo: Splash News)
The former American Idol winner, who grew up 115 miles east of Oklahoma City, continued: “The people in Oklahoma are really great. Tornado season is something that we're all used to but you can never fully prepare for it."
“It takes what it wants and it knocks down what it wants and there's nothing you can do about it except just try to be prepared. They're just wonderful people and they're going to rebuild and they're going to bounce back stronger than ever.”
Several other country stars also paid tribute to the victims of the tornadoes during a live telethon hosted by Blake Shelton, including Miranda Lambert who was brought to tears during her performance of 'The House That Built Me.'