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The 2019 CMT Music Awards with Kane Brown, Carly Pearce, and Riley Green: Do not you make the red carpet blue?

The 2019 CMT Music Awards with Kane Brown, Carly Pearce, and Riley Green: Do not you make the red carpet blue?
Spoiler alert: The red carpet at Wednesday's CMT Music Awards turned out to be blue, but the excitement at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville was still developing in the show that is known as one of the funniest parties of the year, and the start official of the CMA Fest.

Riley Green admitted that she was a little out of place, attending her first big event since her first single, "There Was This Girl," was number one.

"I feel like someone let me in through a side door or something, with all these famous people," Riley confessed. "But it's great to have a part in this great thing, you know this is the biggest party in country music this week."

Carly Pearce and Michael Ray, a high profile couple, spent some time before coordinating their appearance.

"I let him use a color tonight ..." Carly explained, "Because I wear all the colors of the rainbow tonight, but yes, we want to at least coordinate a bit so we do not crash."

Carly expected to present the trophy she won last year and anticipate an incredible performance. "It's been a week of CMA busy, but tonight is very special," he reflected. "I have the opportunity to present the new winner of the Best Video of the Year Award."

Carly added: "And I'm getting a part of a performance that is literally in all of my country's ninety and the legendary goals of the country's women, that's all I can say, but I'm going crazy."

By the end of the show, we knew she was talking about Tanya Tucker's "Delta Dawn" performance that included Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride, Deana Carter and more.

Meanwhile, who will soon be the winner of the male video of the year, Kane Brown, focused on the fans.

"It's about the fans, to return them because they took me to where I am," I pointed out. "So, every time I see someone asking for a picture, even ... if there are four hundred, I would like to be able to reach them all."