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Carrie Underwood, CMA Awards

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Carrie Underwood stunned on both the red carpet and main stage at the 2014 CMA Awards.

The mom-to-be co-hosted the award show for the seventh—read: seventh!—time with pal and fellow country crooner Brad Paisley. The singer switched looks 10 times during the telecast, a feat which she hinted at in an interview on the Late Night With Seth Meyers last week: "I definitely have outfit ADD, like I can't stay in the same one. We'll see, we're figuring that out in within the next couple days," Carrie admitted.

Carrie Underwood, CMA Awards

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Earlier in the evening, the singer took to the red carpet in a glittering Lorena Sarbu frock that featured a high-low hem. The embroidered confection also showcased one of the night's biggest trends: a sheer overlay

For the show's opening monologue (or should we say sing-along), Underwood sported a baby bump-enhancing empire-waist dress. The sweet, pale-pink Randi Rahm frock featured a silver beading that accentuated the singer's growing bump.

Next up, Carrie slipped into a silver beaded dress with a striking sheer emerald kimono by Randi Rahm, followed by another metallic look in the form of a silver cap-sleeved mini by the same designer. Later in the evening, she opted for a seriously stunning (and curve-hugging) beaded gown, also by Randi Rahm. Then, the mom-to-be ditched metallics altogether in favor a whimsical pale blue Christian Siriano dress. The flowing creation masterfully disguised her bump, all the while adding to Carrie's already beaming pregnancy glow.

Carrie slipped into a deep red, one-shoulder Pamella Roland gown not long after, looking like a true country music goddess. And just when we thought that look couldn't be beat, bam! The 31-year-old whipped out an exquisite cream tulle gown with intricate floral embroidery. Consider us officially blown away!  

The country songstress went back to black in her next ensemble, sporting a shimmering floor-length design. Moving in an ultra-feminine direction, Carrie took to the stage in a gown with a white printed bodice and carmine skirt. Topping off her many impressive looks, the singer stunned in a bump-hugging, cobalt Nicole Miller metallic trumpet gown.

Whew, just discussing all those wardrobe changes is exhausting!

Now for the moment of truth: Which look is your favorite? Vote in the poll below!