The couple walked the red carpet together ahead of “Music’s Biggest Night,” marking their first red carpet appearance together since the 2021 CMA Awards.
Underwood had fans swooning as she donned a mustard yellow ombré ball gown with a gold sequin bodice, while Fisher sported a traditional all-black tuxedo with a black bow tie.
The country superstar walked the red carpet just hours after winning her eighth career GRAMMY Award, taking home a win in the Best Roots Gospel Album category for her faith-based project, My Savior.
Underwood is set to appear during Sunday’s star-studded broadcast to perform her brand new single, “Ghost Story.” Ahead of the show, she teased what fans can expect from her performance with CBS and The Recording Academy.
“Well, I can’t give away too much about my performance but, you know, it’s just exciting to perform a new song that I love and, yeah, just do it in a way that nobody’s seen before because nobody’s seen it,” she said. “It’s my first performance of this song. So, I’m just excited!”
Co-written by Josh Kear, Hillary Lindsey and David Garcia and Produced by Garcia and Underwood, “Ghost Story” is the lead single from her forthcoming new album.
“‘Ghost Story’ is a thrilling, dramatic song that David, Hillary and Josh wrote for me,” Underwood previously shared of her new song. “They are such talented, amazing songwriters who know me so well, and from the first time I heard it I knew I had to record it. I have always loved performing songs that tell a story and inspire some kind of cinematic imagery when you hear them, and that is definitely true of ‘Ghost Story.’ It creates a mood and a vibe that is different from anything else I’ve recorded before.”
The Oklahoma native was also nominated for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “If I Didn’t Love You,” her duet with Jason Aldean.
“I think what makes the GRAMMYs and the nominations just be so special is that you’re being recognized by your peers,” Underwood added. “There’s a lot of really stiff competition in all the categories cause it kind of covers such a wide range of people even within a genre. It’s definitely an honor when you’re nominated.”
Underwood’s appearance comes after she wrapped her latest run at the Resorts World Theatre with REFLECTION: The Las Vegas Residency. Her jaw-dropping show will take a hiatus before returning to the state-of-the-art theatre on May 11.
“Music’s Biggest Night” will feature performances from Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Billie Eilish, Brothers Osborne, Silk Sonic, Chris Stapleton, Brandi Carlile, Olivia Rodrigo, Lil Nas X with Jack Harlow, Jon Batiste, Billy Strings, Carrie Underwood, H.E.R., Brandi Carlile, Billy Strings, Aymée Nuviola, John Legend, J Balvin with Maria Becerra, Maverick City Music, BTS, Nas and more.
The coveted awards show will also pay tribute to late Foo Fighters’ drummer, Taylor Hawkins, who passed away at age 50. Cynthia Erivo, Leslie Odom Jr., Ben Platt and Rachel Zegler will also honor the late Stephen Sondheim during the In Memoriam segment.
The 2022 GRAMMYs will include a star-studded list of presenters, including Kelsea Ballerini, Lenny Kravitz, Avril Lavigne, Jared Leto, Dua Lipa, Ludacris, Anthony Mackie, Megan Thee Stallion, Billy Porter, Joni Mitchell, Bonnie Raitt, Keith Urban, Questlove and Michaela Jaé Rodriguez.
Hosted by Trevor Noah, the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards will take place live from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and air on Sunday, April 3, on CBS Television Network at 8/7c.
The show is also available to stream live and on-demand on Paramount+.