Carrie Gets All-American Honor

Carrie Underwood will be honored with a spotlight exhibit, Carrie Underwood: All-American Girl, at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, beginning Thursday, June 11.

The exhibit will feature the merlot silk taffeta gown Carrie wore at the 2009 Academy of Country Music Awards, where she won two honors, including Entertainer of the Year. The show-stopping dress, which was created by Miami-based designer Rafael Cennamo, features 120 yards of fabric and an eight-foot-long train. Carrie wore the voluminous gown during her performance of "I Told You So," her latest hit single. “It was an honor to wear such a beautiful dress during one of the most special nights of my life. I truly felt like a princess!” Carrie says. Carrie Underwood: All-American Girl, which is included with regular Museum admission, will remain open through December 31.

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