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Best And Worst Dressed At The 54th Academy Of Country Music Awards

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Apr. 7 2019, Updated 10:45 p.m. ET

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The 54th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards took place on Sunday, April 7, at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Which celebs were a hit on the red carpet and which were a miss? Read on to find out who our best and worst dressed were.

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Luke Bryan and his wife Caroline Boyer shimmered in gold.

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Not sure what to make of Nicole Kidman's look, but her husband Keith Urban looks pretty happy to be there!

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Nominee Carrie Underwood sported a sparkly grey and black dress.

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Jessie James Decker left little to the imagination at the ACM's.

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Maren Morris looked positively breathtaking.

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Lauren Alaina's poofy and layered piece wasn't particularly flattering.

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Fashion battle of The Voice winners! Cassadee Pope comes out on top.

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Danielle Bradbery would've fared better if she posed with some more confidence.

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Lady Antebellum lead singer Hillary Scott looked gorgeous in her retro-inspired number.

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Reba McEntire was all fringed out.

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Cute couples alert! Kane Brown and Katelyn Jae showed some PDA on the red carpet.

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Thomas Rhett cuddled up next to wife Lauren Akins.

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Maddie Marlow and Tae Dye of Maddie & Tae: yay.

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Cam and songwriter Diane Warren: nay.

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Scotty McCreery dared to show some soft colors on the ACM's red carpet.

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Dylan Scott's look would've worked with something better than the tacky and wrinkly black undershirt he wore.

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Newly engaged Carly Pearce dazzled in red next to her fiancé Michael Ray.

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Another recently engaged couple, singer Chuck Wicks and his fiancée Kasi Williams, also stormed the ACM red carpet.

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Chris Lane looked suave and sophisticated.

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A.J. McClean's outfit was... a choice.

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Brad and Curtis Rempel of High Valley played up their dressy looks with some colorful jackets.

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So did The Brothers Osborne.

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Lauren Bushnell stunned in her pale red ensemble.

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Lindsay Ell's brightly colored dress was more of a miss than hit.

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Singer/Songwriter Stephanie Quayle stunned in this beautiful ensemble.

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Nancy O'Dell played it safe in a somewhat boring number.

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Who gets your pick for best dressed at the Academy of Country Music Awards? Sound off in the comments!

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