'Projection screen dress' highlight of Underwood's Grammy performance

An innovative projector screen provided one of the ‘wow’ moments at the prestigious Grammy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles last night.

Country music star and previous Grammy Award winner, Carrie Underwood, took to the stage to perform at the ceremony wearing a specially designed dress that then saw various images and videos projected on to the skirt.

The projections lit up the silvery skirt, transforming it into an array of different colours and patterns.

The singer explained that her performance of her hit songs Blown Away and Two Black Cadillacs had been very carefully tailored and prepared in order to make sure the projector display worked to its full effect.

“It took a lot of precision,” Underwood said, explaining that she had to position herself very carefully at a very specific spot on the stage. “They can do a lot of amazing things with projectors these days. We had a dress especially made. I said I should take that home and we can watch movies on it.”

The spectacle of the dress contributed towards an uplifting night for the singer who added to her existing collection of Grammys by winning the award for best country solo performance.

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