Carrie Underwood has laughed, cried, shocked and awed at the CMA Awards in years past, contributing to some of the most memorable moments in the history of the show.

It's country music's biggest night, and she's long been part of it. The singer and host won her first Female Vocalist of the Year award in 2006, and that moment definitely made this list of her 5 best moments from CMA Awards past. You'll find the big reveal from 2014, one or more of her most memorable performances a whole lot of gratuitous photos of Underwood's best CMA looks. In addition to sounding good, she's got a thing for looking good.

With the 2018 CMA Awards on the horizon, Underwood is set up again to add to her most memorable moments. She'll sing "Love Wins" on Nov. 14 and wait with other nominees to see if she won the Female Vocalist of the Year award. For an eleventh-straight year, Underwood and Brad Paisley will host the show together, and the monologue is always a source for a highlight.

What's your favorite moment from Carrie Underwood's CMA Awards history? Let us know in the comments section and share this video if you think we got her Top 5 right.

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