Carrie Underwood shut down the red carpet at the 57th Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards in Las Vegas.
On Monday, the 38-year-old arrived at the ACM Awards wearing a show-stopping silver Dolce & Gabbana mini-dress with halter neckline, paired with sparkling stilettos and a matching handbag.
The singer was on-hand to perform her duet with Jason Aldean, "If I Didn't Love You," which earned the pair the award for Single of the Year. Underwood was also nominated as a solo artist for the highly-sought after Entertainer of the Year award, which she ultimately lost to friend Miranda Lambert.
It didn't take long for social media to react to the seven-time Grammy award-winner's stunning red carpet look, with many fans in awe of her toned and tanned legs.
"She is the leg queen," one Instagram user penned. "Leg goals!"
"Holy legs!" another added.
"Her legs look like she can snap your neck if you try and mess with her. Damn, Carrie...Looking fire!" someone said.
"Best legs in the biz!" wrote another.
Carrie Underwood won the night, lmao. Most talked about artist by far! pic.twitter.com/n4Zh5FTcXf
— B (@likeasong94) March 8, 2022
"Congratulations on your win, Carrie! You deserved Entertainer of the Year, without a doubt as well," a fan told the star. "And if there was also an award for nicest legs on planet earth, you'd win that too. So gorgeous!"
"How is it possible that Carrie Underwood keeps getting hotter as she ages?" a fan wrote.
— b (@backslidingben) March 7, 2022
"As per usual, Carrie Underwood gave me serious leg envy," another fan said. "She gets that voice and those legs? Not fair, y'all."
Fans of Underwood know the star is no stranger to the gym. The singer, who also owns a line of workout gear called Calia by Carrie Underwood, loves to break a sweat whenever she can.
"I exercise when I can," Underwood told InStyle.. "Sometimes I'll do it seven days in a row; other times it's only twice a week. I take the opportunity when I have it, knowing that some weeks I won't be able to exercise as much, because I am not the 5 a.m. workout type."