Carrie Underwood Soars Over the AMAs Audience in ‘Crazy Angels’ Performance
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Former American Idol winner Carrie Underwood performed during Sunday night’s American Music Awards, putting on an amazing show as she hung from the ceiling and glided over the audience, all while singing “Crazy Angels.”
Carrie Underwood Performs at the 2022 AMAs
Underwood wore a colorful bodysuit for the performance, which started with her hanging from a sphere at the back of the theater. She glided over the audience to the stage, all while performing the song “Crazy Angels” from her album Denim & Rhinestones.
Eventually, Underwood reached the stage, where she climbed down from the sphere and performed the rest of the song with her band. She belted out the lyrics and sounded amazing. As one fan wrote on Twitter, “Show ’em how it’s done @CarrieUnderwood!!! AMAZING Performance.”
Underwood also posted about the performance on Monday, writing on Instagram, “Still flying high from last night at the @amas ! I love ‘Crazy Angels’ and I’m so glad we got to give her a little neon shine on the show!”
Underwood Was Nominated for Two Awards
During Sunday’s AMAs ceremony, Underwood was up for two awards — Favorite Female Country Artist and Favorite Country Album. Unfortunately, she didn’t win either of them. Both categories went to Taylor Swift for Red (Taylor’s Version).
These losses come just a few days after Underwood was left out of the latest Grammy nominations. The artist didn’t receive a single nomination for Denim & Rhinestones. Similarly, Underwood lost all three awards she was nominated for at the recent CMA Awards.
The singer may not be winning many awards lately, but she definitely knows how to put on a show. She’s currently performing on her Denim & Rhinestones Tour, which runs through March of next year.
Recently, Underwood opened up about the important of sounding good when she performs live, saying, “Growing up and going to concerts or seeing my favorite artists on TV, if they didn’t sound like they were supposed to sound, it was always so deflating. I’d lose respect for them.”