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Carrie Underwood Sings Soaring ‘Love Wins’ at CMA Awards

Female Vocalist of the Year nominee joined by diverse choir for latest single from ‘Cry Pretty’

Carrie Underwood, 2018 CMA Awards

Carrie Underwood performs "Love Wins" at the 2018 CMA Awards.

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Carrie Underwood offered up a message of unity and positivity at the 2018 CMA Awards, where she gave a moving performance of her current single “Love Wins.”

Dressed in flowing blue, Underwood sang in front of a massive video screen that projected a dazzling array of colors and eye-popping designs. In typical fashion, Underwood delivered a polished, impressive vocal performance, extending one big note ahead of the final chorus. To drive home the song’s message, she was joined by the diverse members of a choir who harmonized with her in the final moments of the song, making heart signs with their hands as they received a standing ovation.

“Love Wins,” which Underwood wrote with David Garcia and Brett James, appears on Underwood’s 2018 album Cry Pretty. Released in September, Cry Pretty is Underwood’s sixth full-length album and first where she served as a producer, working alongside collaborator Garcia. “It was all about taking more ownership over what I was doing in my artistry. It was kind of a leap of faith,” Underwood recently told Vulture about the decision to produce her own work.

Underwood, who co-hosted the CMAs with Brad Paisley for an 11th time, will launch her headlining Cry Pretty Tour next May, featuring guests Maddie & Tae and Runaway June.

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