Kelsea Ballerini pulled out all the stops with a super strong core in a cut-out dress at the Country Music Awards this week
The singer also showed off her toned legs in a jean mini dress during a performance on stage later that night.
Kelsea is big into dance-based workouts like ballet, and she's been all about long walks lately.
Country Queen Kelsea Ballerini definitely delivered at the Country Music Awards last night. From her performance with Kelly Clarkson and Carly Pearce to her multiple gorgeous ‘fits, it was a very good night to be named Kelsea.
Kelsea was not shy about rocking several iconic looks throughout the night. On the red carpet, she gave fans a peek of her strong core in a cut-out, green gown, looking so happy and confident as she poses in the mirror with her straightened blonde locks. Later, she did a quick costume change and lived it up on stage with a denim mini dress and knee-high floral boots that put her strong legs on full display for all to see.
In case you missed the look, here it is:
And her on-stage outfit:
Kelsea has been open about how she stays so strong, both mentally and physically. Recently, she was actually taking private ballet lessons at a studio in Nashville to reconnect with her inner child and revisit a favorite pastime passion, she told Women’s Health. "I danced for 10 years when I was younger and quit when I was 14. But I loved it so much," she said.
Dancing targets her muscles differently than her typical workouts (like an intense SoulCycle ride) would, she told WH. Plus, a little dance training definitely helps on the stage, where she tries to stay present and tuned in to her body.
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“I'm just trying to see what my body remembers and then and then relearn the art of it, because it's so beautiful," Kelsea says. "It's the little micro muscles in your ankles and in your inner thighs, and the (idea) that there's a string pulling you directly up to the ceiling while your toes are pushing down into the ground."
These days, she tells WH that she has also has been enjoying long, slow walks to keep her body moving and reach her daily step goal (which is 10,000 steps, BTW). But those walks also serve to help her maintain mental clarity and overall health.
“Just to get fresh air and get sunshine and move my body, but not move my body in a way that I'm feeling like I'm needing [to see] some results," she said.
I love to see Kelsea looking glowing and happy! Keep crushing it.
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