Carrie Underwood attends the 2019 CMA awards in a sheer baroque gown

The 53rd annual Country Music Association Awards has landed in Nashville as music fans gear up for a full night of performances and speeches.

This year's ceremony is hosted by Carrie Underwood, along with two other country legends -- Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire. Underwood, who is nominated for three CMAs (Entertainer of the Year, Female Vocalist, Album of the Year), is set to perform her hit song "Southbound" with the help of her hosts.

The 36-year-old country superstar stunned on the red carpet in a sheer floor-grazing gown, which featured a bronzed baroque embellished print over sky blue chiffon fabric with a matching train. She kept her signature blonde locks with a side-swept part. For her makeup, the blonde beauty opted for a smokey eye and nude lip palette.

Underwood's Canadian hubby and NHL player, Mike Fisher, came out to support his wife as the pair posed together on the red carpet. Fisher took a cool approach to a classic men's suit, taking a risk with a navy and black subtle floral tux. Check out the red carpet photos in the gallery above!