As the country superstar Carrie Underwood sang “Blown Away,” which won Best Country Song and Best Solo Country Performance at Sunday’s show, projected images of butterflies, roses, stars and abstract graphics danced across her powder-blue ball gown. It was the first time in Grammy history that an artist’s wardrobe acted as a canvas. ”On my last tour, we did an LED dress and that’s where the idea sparked,” Carrie told reporters backstage at the awards. “We wanted it to be artful and dramatic. There’s so many big performances at the Grammys and I just like to stand still and sing sometimes! This seemed to be the best way to do that but be visually attention-capturing.”
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