On Sunday, Maren Morris walked away with the Best Country Solo Performance Grammy, which was certainly well deserved after she slayed her collaboration withAlicia Keys at the awards show. However, many people were left wondering about this young up-and-comer.
Music City was LIT on Wednesday night for the CMA Awards — and we've rounded up all the highlights from country music's biggest night (annnnd all the drama that happened after) just in case you've been too busy to catch up! You're welcome!
Clearly feeling on cloud nine, the Vice singer captioned the red carpet photo:
"I had a great time last night celebrating country music at the CMA awards with my sweet ❤️ by my side! @andersoneast I'm a lucky girl!#cma50thanniversary #countrymusic #nashville #myBAMAboy#anothervice"
Unfortunately, it didn't take long before the 32-year-old started seeing "judgmental and negative" comments criticizing the duo's relationship and appearance. Seriously, y'all??
Allegedly, the awards show posted something about Bey and the Chicks on their site and it immediately received a TON of racist comments, so they took it down. Yeah, cause that's the way you get rid of racism, just sweep it under the rug. UGH!
We're sure you can imagine there was a lot of uproar from the BeyHive, but the country singing ladies had a bit to say about the whole issue to as they took to Twitter to share:
Carter was performing last night at a place called the Looney Bin in Bradley, Illinois when the night's opening act -- an artist called ILL State -- walked through the audience and started grabbing people's phones to shoot video.
An eyewitness reported to TMZ that security removed the guy pretty quickly (way to go, opening act...), but as he was getting kicked out, Aaron allegedly yelled