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Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood Performances Light Up the 2009 CMAs!

carrie-underwoodtaylor-swiftWhile country music fans love to see who takes home gold each year at the CMA Awards, it’s the performances that really make the event a night to remember. Last night belonged to two young blonde country superstars who wowed the crowd and sparked headlines this morning.

Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood both had memorable performances last night. Taylor kicked off the show with a great rendition of her song “Forever and Always” while Carrie gave audiences a burlesque-inspired performance of her new hit “Cowboy Casanova.”

Later on, Taylor returned to the stage to perform her single “Fifteen” which left the crowd in awe of her amazing vocal abilities and vulnerable personality.

Carrie Underwood went on to host the entire show with Brad Paisley where she changed into several beautiful outfits while her friend Taylor Swift went on to win 4 (count ‘em 4) awards including the prestigious award of Entertainer of the Year.

While accepting one of her awards, Taylor thanked every person in the room for not running up onto the stage and ruining her moment (everyone remembers the Kanye West incident at the VMAs, right)?

By the end of the night everyone was talking about Carrie Underwood and Taylor Swift. It’s nice to see young women succeeding in country music!

Who do you think rocked the CMAs better: Carrie Underwood or Taylor Swift?

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