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June 11, 2011  | by: Stephenie Miller

Scotty McCreery and Lauren Alaina

Country music stars flocked to Nashville, Tennessee this past Wednesday for the CMT Music Awards.  Some of country’s favorites like Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton and of course, Taylor Swift all took home music awards.  The fashion however, was not as outstanding as the music.

American Idol” runner-up, Lauren Alaina, walked the red carpet with her friend and “Idol” winner Scotty McCreery.  She sported a light pink, strapless dress.  The mini was embellished with tulle flowers.  Even though the dress was pretty average, the 17-year-old singer is young enough to make it cute.

Kristin Chenoweth at the CMT Music Awards

Actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth was close to being a fashion hit, but fell just a tad short. Kristin chose a white, lace, Miguelina gown.  The dress was simple and classy but hung too loose on her skinny frame.  If this dress was more form fitting, Kristin would have been a 10 on the red carpet.

Even Shania Twain, who rarely has a fashion flop, showed up in an underwhelming black dress. Unfortunately, Taylor Swift could not attend the awards because she was in Wisconsin for her tour.  She would have surely given us the exciting fashion we crave.

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