Dressed in a sparkling yellow and brown Dolce & Gabbana ballgown with an asymmetric neckline, the "Before He Cheats" songstress walked the red carpet alongside her husband, former NHL player Mike Fisher.
Many fans took to Twitter to gush over Underwood's regal-looking gown, with fans comparing the eight-time Grammy winner to a "real life Disney princess."
"OBSESSED with this look," shared one Twitter user. "A golden goddess!"
"WOW! Carrie Underwood looks so gorgeous on the Grammys red carpet," said another.
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Others were less than impressed by Underwood's ballgown, with some fans taking issue with the overwhelming size of the gown's skirt.
"Bigger isn't always better," one fan wrote, while another added that the dress had "far too much skirt."
Others thought that underwood looked unrecognizable, with some fans even mistaking her for Jennifer Lopez.
That is far too much skirt for Carrie Underwood and I can’t believe I said that. #GRAMMYs
— MizJawnson (@mizjawnson) April 3, 2022
carrie underwood — 4/10
this is…a lot. i’m sorry carrie, bigger isn’t always better, especially when this orange is borderline brown. and why is the sash there? carrie, you’re stunning, stunning enough to catch the crowd’s eye in a dress 1/2 that diameter pic.twitter.com/c0IXZcuDox
— mis(sam)ericana 👒 (@augustinesivy) April 3, 2022
carrie underwood looks sm like jlo in that pic i had to do a double take
— donna jo (@kurtie4lyfe) April 3, 2022
the way this doesn’t even look like Carrie Underwood https://t.co/NCLKikZAry
— v (@mamakerzz) April 4, 2022
Underwood's Grammys appearance comes just days after wrapping up the first portion of her Las Vegas residency, which began back in December.
"That’s a wrap for now! Can’t wait to be back again in May for more Reflection," the mom of two posted on Instagram.
Never one to shy away from a hectic schedule, the country star just released her newest single "Ghost Story," and will be returning to Vegas in May for another round of performances.
"I'm always working on something but that's who I am; you can't take the country out of this girl," she told TODAY with Hoda & Jenna. "I also feel like the whole residency is a part of that journey, getting to be onstage doing all of the hits, all of the favourites, all of the ones that people want to sing along to."