It's been about six months since we've seen new mom Carrie Underwood on a red carpet, but it was well worth the wait!
The country crooner looked every bit of amazing, rocking a skintight white bodycon dress by Thomas Wylde at the CMT Music Awards for her first red carpet appearance since giving birth to son Isaiah Michael in February.
Isaiah was the first child for the "Blown Away" singer and her NHL husband Mike Fisher.
"Tiny hands and tiny feet," Carrie tweeted just days after welcoming Isaiah into the world. "God has blessed us with an amazing gift! Isaiah Michael Fisher -- born February 27."
Since then, Carrie has continued posting a steady stream of cute baby pics.
The 32-year-old "Good Girl" singer, whose three wins on Wednesday helped her set a new CMT Awards record with the most wins out of any artist with 13, performed "Little Toy Guns." After her big night, Carrie spoke to ET backstage about the secret to her post-baby body.
"I was healthy throughout my pregnancy -- as healthy as I could be. I definitely splurged more than usual, but I just started getting back into it afterwards," she revealed to ET. "I make workouts happen wherever they need to happen. [Isaiah] falls asleep ... and I'll just go do [a workout] real quick!"
Carrie was still coming off an emotional high when ET broke the news that she set a new record at the awards show and the former American Idol winner was speechless.
"I don't even know what to say to that," she admitted. "If someone would have told me more than 10 years ago that Arnold Schwarzenegger is going to present you with an award, I would've been like, 'OK you're insane.' Tonight has been crazy!"