The 29-year-old singer Kelsea Ballerini has been busy traveling the country for her Heartfirst tour, but she found time to attend and present at the prestigious event. Delighted to attend in person, the singer wowed in the stunning, bright yellow ensemble that turned heads.
Armed with confidence and a stunning figure, Kelsea turned heads at this year’s Artist of the Year celebrations.
Kelsea Ballerini wore a floor-length yellow Balenciaga dress with a thigh-high slit. The silk number was unbuttoned at the top to give the appearance of a plunging neckline. Kelsea paired the dress with nude, leg-elongating high heels. Her long, blonde hair, styled to perfection, and s*xy smokey makeup adds to her style.
Here you can check out some pictures of Kelsea Ballerini from the Award Show.
Kelsea was also snapped having a sweet moment with her best friend Carly Pearce, who was one of the night’s honorees. The two ladies embraced on the carpet and clinked champagne glasses for Pearce’s special milestone. Kelsea was proud of her friend and affectionately called her “queen of the world.”
The Tennessee native is killing it on the red carpet this year. She also caused quite a stir at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards in a striking strapless dress with an extra high slit.
A black Raisa Vanessa Bow Maxi dress showcased Ballerini’s flawless, mile-long legs, which were on full display in flattering Giuseppe Zanotti Sophie sandals.
Kelsea shared behind-the-scenes footage of her Grammys look, drawing attention to her gorgeous gown. “Hearing a bit of a fuss about the dress,” she wrote on Instagram.
In an interview with CBS, the singer shared that she had to pour her heart out on her latest album, Subject to Change, and found solace in nostalgic influences.
“I think everyone’s had a different reaction to what happened over the last couple of years and I feel like I’ve found a lot of comfort in nostalgia. I started listening to the music I grew up listening to in the ’90s, and that’s naturally what heavily influenced the writing process of this record, and sonically I was just like, it was eating away at my brain.”