Kellie Pickler: There will no doubt be Princess Belle comparisons thanks to this gold Anne Barge gown. The glamorous mood and flow of the fishtail hem are striking but it seems a tad tight.
Mackenzie Foy: ‘The Nutcracker And The Four Realms’ star struck the right balance of fun and formal in Miu Miu with Irene Neuwirth jewelry and Roger Vivier shoes.
Kimberly Williams-Paisley: The actress looked pristine in a Romona Keveža gown with Hearts On Fire jewels. The sharper lines of the neckline complemented the graceful round train beautifully.
Maren Morris: She embraced the sexiness of Julien Macdonald in a glittering cut-out gown. It was equally risqué on the reverse with the low-cut back.
Hillary Scott: The Lady Antebellum singer went short and sensual in Alexandre Vauthier with Malone Souliers shoes. The inky colour was in her wheelhouse and she worked it from every angle.
Cassadee Pope: There was plenty of interest in the singer’s gown with the textured skirt stealing the show from the plunging neckline. She wisely took it easy with jewellery.
Lauren Alaina: The New Artist nominee had a princess moment in Randi Rahm. It was a classic romantic silhouette with the embellished open neckline adding a touch of something different.
Danielle Bradbery: There were some striking sheer dresses at the event. Her Jovani gown held interest courtesy of its wrap design and fringed shoulders. Then there was the open back.