Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood debut new duet at 2014 Billboard Music Awards

Dobrev looked nothing can easily beat your ex undead vampire character on "Vampire Diaries." Your star looked very much alive in a lower cut yellow dress using gold embellishments. Click on here for more through Hollywoodlife.com.Miranda Lambert debuted the woman's long-awaited duet using Carrie Underwood, 'Somethin' Bad,' coming from the girl upcoming 'Platinum' album in the 2014 Billboard Audio Awards.The a pair of singers traded off lines for the rocking tune, sounding as much as an Aerosmith song because the next nation hit. Standing close to the various other person throughout the entire song, the particular pair showed undeniable chemistry, both as singers along with pals on / off stage.Although the song provides but being released like a single, Lambert says the lady had been eager to be able to debut it in the particular program of tonight's ceremony."I'm a huge Carrie Underwood fan," Lambert said. "'Somethin' Bad' is a meshing of our styles, where there aren't many female collaborations in our format, therefore I'm actually excited to become debuting it around the Billboard Awards."Lambert admitted she had been nervous recording together with Underwood, therefore using the stage with the powerhouse vocalist had been undoubtedly even more nerve-wracking for that songstress."Singing using Carrie Underwood will be very, very intimidating. I'll end up being honest. The Girl is definitely an amazing vocalist," Lambert admitted. "Asking her to complete [the duet] had been nerve-wracking. I sent the woman's an e-mail, any long, blabbing e-mail about if your woman wished to sing about the record, it could be cool, nevertheless maybe she didn't want to, of course, if the girl liked the particular song, however your woman did not have in order to like the song ... when I sent it, I thought, 'This sounds ridiculous.'"'Platinum' will possibly be released about June 3. Pre-order the actual record here.NEXT: Luke Bryan Performs 'Play This Again' at the Billboard Audio Awards