Good old Carrie Underwood. No matter what’s happening in the world, you can count on her to wear at least three different things on any given awards show night, and generally they all leave me scratching my head and wondering if any of them are secretly cute, or overtly awesome, or obviously evil. It’s like I have no fugdar with her. That’s why the Fug Justice System exists. Take your seats, ladies and gentlemen of the jury. It’s time for Exhibit A in The People vs. Yet More Carrie Underwood Outfits.
The prosecution opens by noting that this looks like what a witch might wear to her local planetarium. Excited, the defense’s second-in-command jumps up and announces that this has given him an excellent idea for his child’s Science Fair project and asks to be excused. A prosecutor sneers that, if the idea if stomping on empty aluminum cans and then gluing them to a trash bag, then by all means, go, because then the defense will lose the Science Fair too. Dejected, the defender sits down and swigs from a hip flask. The judge holds him in contempt for not using a flask that straps to the ankle, which is more interesting.
Moving onto Exhibit B: