Country Goes Showgirl -- with Body Glitter! Will You Wear It?

04/19/2010 at 11:00 AM ET

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Forget the big hair and big jewels! It was body glitter that country’s leading ladies couldn’t get enough of at last night’s Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas. Decked in glamorous gowns, Reba McEntire and female vocalist of the year winner Miranda Lambert accessorized with enough bronzing sparkles to host their own rave! Their arms, chests and faces shimmered under the lights of the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Could body glitter be country’s newest bedazzled must-have? And if so, will you be rocking it? Vote now!Andrea DeSimone


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ts on

Didnt notice the body glitter while watching…

txgrl on

I noticed Carrie had body glitter on her legs. I didn’t notice it on anyone else.

Reba is way too old for it. I actually think Carrie is too mature/sophisticated for it too. Body glitter belongs on the faces of high school cheerleaders. Anyone can wear bronzer though. It helps make you look more toned and gives you a little faux healthy glow/color.

Leali on

LAdies its shimmer time not glitter, the teens aren’t even doing glitter anymore. Those stylists need a fashion brush up.

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Becky on

Body glitter looks tacky. It should be for little girls playing dress up.

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