On April 18, Mickey Guyton became the first Black woman to host the Academy of Country Music Awards.
"My hopes are to bring positive light and love and acceptance to this job," the singer shared ahead of the Nashville-based show, which she lead alongside Keith Urban. "You know, Keith Urban is from Australia and he had an affinity for country music. I'm sure when he first started he wasn't getting the most welcoming arms and now he's here. He's using his platform to uplift me, and that means so much."
Though there were plenty of performances, it was the "Hold On" crooner who had everyone talking, as she made half a dozen wardrobe changes throughout the night.
Keep scrolling to see every one of her fabulous outfits!
The star first took to the carpet in a beige beaded Naeem Khan gown that featured a front slit and a V-shaped neckline. She swooped her long wavy locks to the side and chose a pointed-toe pair of Stuart Weitzman heels.
Afterwards, she broke out a cream, one-shoulder feathered frock. Guyton also switched up her 'do, adding bangs to a half-up, half-down look.
Pretty in pink! Her next outfit stood out with a big ruffle in the front.
Time for another change! The singer reappeared on the stage in an off-the-shoulder ensemble that was white on top and featured a ruffled black bottom. She accessorized with diamond jewelry and a white pair of heels.
Guyton looked radiant in a caped royal blue gown — a custom creation by Nathan David Adams — while performing "Hold On" alongside the Belmont University College of Music and Performing Arts choir.
She called the collab "such a special moment."
"I wrote 'Hold On' as a prayer and was so honored to perform it tonight in support of the ACM's Lifting Lives who are dedicated to improving lives through the power of music," she shared on Instagram. "If you’re going through a hard time I hope it inspires you to keep going."
Looking like a trophy! To close out the night, Guyton donned a shimmery, golden floor-length gown.