In a new photo shared to her Instagram account, the TV judge stunned in a pink, bob-style wig and glittery, jeweled tiara in honor of the ABC ballroom show’s popular theme night.
Carrie Ann also wore a pink gown with layers of tulle and glowing makeup as she played a “pretend princess” on the show. She told People that when channeling her inner royal she wanted to wear pink because it is her favorite color and also the color of the heart chakra. The Steven Khalil gown was also threaded with silver for extra sparkle.
In the caption to the photo shared to her social media page, the former Fly Girl thanked the hardworking team at Dancing with the Stars for helping to create her magical look.
In the comments section to the post, fans reacted to her pretty look, with some even promoting her from princess to queen of the ballroom.
“Looking like a true queen!” one fan wrote.
“Wear that crown with pride my dear you are a legend and we love you!”
On Twitter, commenters weren’t sure how to describe Carrie Ann’s look. Some thought she looked like a famous movie witch — in a good way — and others said she could be one of Cinderella’s fairy godmothers.
“Why does Carrie Ann look like a modern Glinda, the good witch from the Wizard of Oz?” one fan tweeted.
“Let’s talk about [how] beautiful [Carrie Ann] looks on #disneynight…. She is like a stunning fairy,” another Twitter user wrote.
“Wow!! [Carrie Ann] looks incredible tonight!! I want to see her [as a] fairy godmother in a movie now,” a third person tweeted.
Other fans were just happy the 52-year-old was able to make it to the live DWTS show. Earlier in the day, the busy star skipped going into the studio for her daytime CBS chatfest, The Talk, because she was suffering from an autoimmune disease flare-up.
While she didn’t dress like a specific character for this year’s Dancing with the Stars theme, in the past she revealed she loves the iconic movie characters for a reason that has nothing to do with their beauty.
“I love the princesses because they all talk to animals! That’s one of the common threads of all the Disney princesses,” she told the official fan club site D23.
Carrie Ann listed Moana, Ariel, Jasmine (Aladdin), Pocohantas, and Mulan as her favorite leading ladies.