Sheryl Crow, 60, Rocks Sculpted Legs In A Thigh-High Slit Dress On Stage

  • Sheryl Crow hit the stage at the a big music ceremony this weekend wearing a dress that put her sculpted legs on full display.

  • The singer, 60, strut around during her Rock & Roll Hall of Fame performance looking super strong from her head to her toes.

  • Sheryl loves being outdoors, playing sports, and even hitting up the water skiis once in a while.

The annual Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony went down this weekend and, naturally, it was packed with big names and impressive performances. In the mix? Sheryl Crow, who brought her fashion A-game (along with, ya know, an amazing vocal performance).

The 60-year-old singer performed Dolly Parton’s hit “9 to 5” alongside the Zac Brown Band in a gorgeous strapless floral dress with a thigh-high slit. Sheryl showed off some seriously toned legs, along with super strong biceps in the dress, and the whole look was simply flawless.

Here's the evidence of Miss Sheryl Crow strutting around the stage:

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Sheryl Crow at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony.Jeff Kravitz - Getty Images

And another peek:

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Sheryl Crow on stage at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony.Kevin Mazur - Getty Images

To be fair, these legs shouldn't come as a surprise because Sheryl has always been super strong. She previously told InStyle that “exercise is really important to me," continuing, “whether it’s going for a jog or getting on my rowing machine, it’s a great way of burning through some of that unnecessary anxiety.”

The singer-songwriter shared with Parade that some of her toned arms come from playing guitar. “Especially when you consider you’re holding your arms up for two hours a night and carrying your equipment,” she says. “But it also comes down to my DNA. My parents are pretty fit. We are small, lean people with high metabolism.”

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Sheryl is into rowing, too. “I knock out 20-45 minutes first thing in the morning,” she told Parade. “I enjoy burning through some of the mental steam that builds up, and I think exercise is really good for that.”

And, of course, she’s super active in her day-to-day. Sheryl is mom to two boys, and she credits them with keeping her active. “I like to be outside and I like to play sports. My boys are into sports, so we’re always going and doing and doing and going; I think that definitely helps keep me fit as well,” she told New Beauty.

Last year, Sheryl casually dropped a photo of herself about to go water skiing, an exercise which, if you’ve ever tried it, you'll know is a serious thigh burner.

And ICYMI, Sheryl is a massive Milwaukee Bucks fan and, apparently, she can shoot hoops, too. Evidence:

But she doesn’t just go hard all the time. Sheryl has shared that she’s heavy into meditation, too. “Meditating has encouraged me to let go and not be so critical of myself,” she told InStyle. “I started when my career was exploding and I felt like I couldn’t find myself anymore. I do mindfulness meditation, and the objective really is to quiet the brain. Our brains are full of accumulated information that’s not always truthful. So you quiet the mind, and, hopefully, as thoughts come in, you acknowledge them and let them go as opposed to telling yourself, ‘I suck. I can’t do anything right.’”

On the food front, Sheryl told New Beauty that she loves a good green smoothie in the morning. “I just went through 30 days of doing shakes in the morning with kale and protein powder and ginger, all kinds of healthy stuff, and it definitely changed my sleep,” she said. “It changed my energy levels and so I’m getting ready to get back to doing that. I love waking up and starting the day with a healthy smoothie.”

Kale smoothie, anyone?

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