Carrie Underwood Brings Acrobatics To The American Music Awards Stage With High-Flying Performance Of “Crazy Angels”

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Carrie Underwood was flying high last night… literally.

She dazzled at the American Music Awards yesterday with an acrobatic performance of “Crazy Angels,” live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

From her recent studio album Denim & Rhinestones, “Crazy Angels” was written by Carrie along with David Gargia and Lydia Vaughan, and was one of the pre released singles.

She gave the audience quite a show as she floated in from above the crowd, suspended from some sort of metal contraption as she was basically doing gymnastics suspended in the air.

I mean, Carrie’s known for being pretty flashy when it comes to her live performances, but this, quite literally, takes it to a whole other level… I mean, she was singing upside down at one point.

I can only imagine how much practice and training went into this, and I can’t say it’s anything less than impressive she was able to pull off such a physically demanding performance and actually make it look flawless in the process.

She shared a few photos from the performance on Instagram, which will give you a better idea of just how incredible and daring it really was:

“Still flying high from last night at the @amas ! I love ‘Crazy Angels’ and I’m so glad we got to give her a little neon shine on the show! 😇😇😇 💜💜💜 #AMAs #CrazyAngels

📸: Kevin Winter/Getty Images, Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for dcp, @gettyentertainment.”

Carrie was nominated for two AMA’s, including favorite female country artist and favorite country album for her aforementioned record Denim & Rhinestones, with both awards ultimately going to Taylor Swift.

It seems like Carrie was pulling from some of the tricks she’s learned during her Las Vegas residency this year, and it was certainly entertaining to watch, that’s for sure… check it out:

“Crazy Angels”

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