Carrie Underwood was on hand at the 2016 ACM Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday night (April 3) to perform her latest single, "Church Bells."

Underwood's performance featured an elaborate stage set, and she strode the stage clad in a futuristic, shiny silver costume featuring a dangerously short skirt that showed off her shapely legs. The superstar delivered a typically strong vocal performance, and also demonstrated a talent for percussion in the middle of the song, flailing at two kettle drums on either side of as her band pumped out the energy. The spectacular performance drew a massive standing ovation from the mesmerized crowd.

"Church Bells" adds a new body to Underwood's ever-growing musical body count of no-good men. The song is the third single from her current album, Storyteller, following the much softer and romantic "Heartbeat," which recently spent time at No. 1.

Underwood has had a great time while in Vegas for the ACMs. On Friday (April 1) she joined an all-star female lineup to headline the 2016 ACM Women of Country night at the annual ACM Party for a Cause festival, and in a huge delight to the crowd, Miranda Lambert popped in during her set to make a surprise guest appearance on their hit duet, "Something Bad."

The country superstar also announced her new line of swimwear as part of her Calia by Carrie sport clothing line by posting a bikini selfie to social media , proving she hasn't lost her famously sculpted body since giving birth to her son Isaiah last year.

Underwood is also nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year at the 2016 ACM Awards.

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