Carrie Underwood's Technicolor Dream Dress Is Grammys Showstopper

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Country crooner Carrie Underwood's grey dress turned into an animated light show during her performance of "Two Black Cadillacs" at the 55th Grammy Awards on Sunday.

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Animated patterns such as falling rose petals and soaring butterflies projected onto the dress, at times matching the animations on the digital screens behind her.

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"They can do a lot of amazing things with projectors these days," Underwood told reporters backstage (see video below). "I said I should take that home where we can watch movies on it. … You wanna watch movies on my dress?"

Check out the projections in action in these six GIFs NowThisNews sent to Mashable:

Here's Underwood describing her dress backstage:

The ball gown, which wasn't animated during her first song (see image four in gallery above), lit up Twitter with people reacting hilariously to the fascinating sight:

Underwood won Best Country Song and Best Country Solo Performance for "Blown Away," the first song she performed Sunday night.

Images via Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

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