Since releasing her Christmas album, My Gift, in 2020, Carrie Underwood has been all about the holiday music, and she returned to our television screens for another Christmas performance on December 1. Carrie took part in the NBC special Christmas in Rockefeller Center. Despite the fact that the performance was pre-recorded, Carrie stole the show as she sang “Let There Be Peace” in a stunning holiday-inspired outfit.
Carrie donned a festive red dress with a full skirt that fell past her knees for the performance. She looked stunning in the ’50s-inspired ensemble, which included a sleveless sequin red top. Her hair was styled in a loose curl with just the right amount of bounce to complete her look. She also sounded fantastic as usual while belting out the holiday classic song for the annual TV special. Carrie appeared on another holiday special, CMA Country Christmas, earlier this week, where she sang a stunning rendition of “Mary, Did You Know?”
On November 25, she also took part in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. At the event, she performed her holiday song “Favorite Time of Year.” Carrie released her first Christmas album in September 2020, and she also hosted her own holiday special on HBO Max that year.
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