It seems this year’s winner of the Needless Multiple Costume Changes award at the People’s Choice shindig was Carrie Underwood, who wore a relatively tame three different dresses — I mean, if this were MTV, she’d have changed 20 times — and I can’t quite decide how I feel about any of them. So let’s put her on trial, shall we?
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I present to you Exhibit A:
The prosecution leaps to its feet and screams that this is a bit reminiscent of Sarah Larson’s unpopular, shiny water-lilies-esque Oscar gown — but as if this came from Monet’s little-known Crabass Period where he threw a massive hissyfit over having to paint the same damn flowers all the time and rebelled by doing a portrait of the wallpaper in his mother’s downstairs powder room. The defense narrows its eyes and points out that Carrie Underwood is seriously pretty and could make just about any old wallpaper look good, then casually asks if the pretty little souped-up four-wheel drive parked out front belongs to the prosecution, and sends a paralegal out to it with key.
Next up is Exhibit B: