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April 10, 2013  | by: Joanne Wu
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The 2013 ACM’s brought glitz and glamor to Las Vegas, NV, on Sunday, April 7th, where all the country music’s hottest stars brought their A-game to the red carpet.

Here we see some of my favorites of the night, in no particular order:

1. Taylor Swift: TayTay decided to go a more demure route with her hair slicked back in a ponytail, and a gold blinged-out, modest-looking gown. I like it. Even though she walked out empty-handed that night, she looked like the sophisticated belle of the ballDouble thumbs up! 

2. Jana Kramer: Newcomer Jana, 29, wore a similar outfit to Taylor Swift’s. Thank God it’s not the same! Adorned with fringe, with a pleated train flowing from behind, she def outshines Taylor in this outfit. Well, we’re def going to keep an eye out for her next time!

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Twitter (LoveOTH)


3. Kaley Cuoco: I don’t know if this was my favorite or not, but this def made me give her a second glance. With her fierce updo, and all-black dress, she’s def got that rocker chic look down. Definitely not something I’m used to seeing her in, but I’ve got to say, I like it.

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These 3 def caught my eye, but there are a lot more sparkly favorites on the red carpet that night that were absolutely fantastic. It’ll probably just take too long to list ‘em all!

Who was YOUR favorite from the night?

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