AceShowbiz - Carrie Underwood was among country music's biggest names enlisted to perform at the 2015 CMT Music Awards on Wednesday night, June 10. Making her first awards show appearance since giving birth to her first child with husband Mike Fisher, the singer gave the first live performance of "Little Toy Guns".
Wrapping her post-baby body in a bejeweled black dress with a sheer panel, the former "American Idol" winner belted out the track which appears on her 2014 greatest hits album for the crowd packing the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN. That night, she also graced the stage to collect several awards including the biggest prize Video of the Year for "Something in the Water".
Making an unlikely appearance at the event was Zedd, who teamed up with Lady Antebellum for an amazing cross-genre collaboration. Their set opened with the country trio delivering high energy rendition of "Long Stretch of Love" before the EDM DJ joined them for his own "Beautiful Now".
The 2015 CMT Music Awards was hosted by Erin Andrews and Brittany Snow. Other highlights from the show included a skit featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger and other performances by the likes of Luke Bryan ("Kick The Dust Up"), Florida Georgia Line ("Anything Goes"), Jason Aldean ("Tonight Looks Good on You") and more.