Carrie Underwood And Friends Will Take You Back To The ’60s With This Retro-Inspired Performance
Back in 2009, Carrie Underwood was the star of her own holiday special called Carrie Underwood: An All-Star Holiday Special. She brought out the stars for her primetime special. Guest stars included her good friend Brad Paisley and the legendary Dolly Parton. Carrie wasn’t afraid to share the stage with the other big name stars that night.
In addition to her star-studded lineup, Underwood entertained her audience with a wide variety of skits. It kind of felt like the days when variety shows were all the rage. Some fans think her skit with Kristin Chenoweth and Christina Applegate was one of the best ones of the night.
The three blonde beauties took the stage in 60s-inspired fuchsia dresses. They finished off their looks with beehive hairstyles and silver stilettos. The trio sang the 1964 Ronettes’ iconic song “Be My Baby,” and then transitioning to “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” and The Shangri-Las’ hit “Leader of The Pack.” This performance will make you feel as if you traveled back to an era when stage performances were clean and simple.