Kristin Chenoweth had people talking before the Country Music Awards even started when she walked the red carpet in a low-cut, cleavage-centric green dress. But Chenoweth encouraged people to check out another part of her body during the show when she donned a giant fake butt while singing “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” with co-host Trace Adkins.
The little green dress, according to the LA Times, was part of the 2011 Fall HONOR Collection. The green dress was cut nearly to Chenoweth’s belly button, which left some fashion critics wondering, ‘how low cut is too low cut.’ It also prompted Celebuzz to initiate a guess the cleavage game.
Chenoweth, who will who will next appear in the pilot “Good Christian Bitches” on ABC tweeted a picture of herself walking the red carpet in her diminutive green dress.
Do you think Chenoweth’s dress was too low cut?
IFf the green dress wasn’t eye grabbing enough, Chenoweth certainly got people’s attention with her Badonkadonk. During “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk,” Chenoweth wore a pair of blue jeans that had some serious padding in the back.
But one can only wonder… how much badonkadonk is too much badonkadonk?
After the show, Chenoweth tweeted:
“I had fun!!!! Wahooooooo… I gave good badonkydonk!”
USA Today reports that Chenoweth’s eye-grabbing efforts helped the American Country Awards to bring in 7.4 million viewers. Last year, the ACAs had an audience of 6 million.
Here’s a video about Kristin Chenoweth’s eye-popping outfits at the ACAs.
Did you watch the American Country Awards? What did you think of Kristen Chenoweth’s outfits?