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Maren Morris fans say the singer “slayed” in an electrifying blazer dress on YouTube

There aren’t enough calories to this look.

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Maren Morris fans, get ready for this monumental moment in fashion. People’s breaths were stolen away by the attire the country singer wore when she recently performed on stage in New York City and sang a few huge tunes.

The “Humble Quest” singer took center stage at the Rockefeller Plaza in late July as a part of the Today show’s yearly Summer Concert Series. Maren wore an electric green blazer dress, shocking everyone by taking the theme of summertime colors to heart. She added additional accessories, such as a choker necklace and hoop earrings, to finish the look. Furthermore, she looked stunning in a modest pair of heels and blunt bangs.

Producers of the popular daytime news program had to showcase her ensemble on TikTok after being shocked (in a good way!) by her choice of clothing.

The video was posted on July 28 with the caption, “#MarenMorris is #serving and #sliving in this green outfit!!” on the Hoda and Jenna social media page.

The “Circles Around This Town” singer undoubtedly anticipated the reaction her outfit would create from fans because she promptly shared photos of the ensemble on her personal Instagram. As soon as they saw the pictures, people flocked to her comment area and discussed her daring appearance.

Country music performer Mickey Guyton posted on Instagram, “Like slay.” “Having the time of your life and looking great while doing it! Lil’ Mama, keep going, keep going “added a new follower. Another fan described it as “perfection” at the time.

After her performance, Maren went to Today’s fourth hour to talk about her musical philosophy with Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager. The Grammy winner claims that it’s less about the genre of music and more about being thankful to be able to write about a wide variety of feelings in her lyrics, even within her preferred genre.

She admitted to the co-hosts that she feels most at home in country music, but even that genre has become much more liberal in recent years. “It seems that there isn’t a universal solution. It’s like, “Write the tunes that make you feel something,” or “Do what makes you feel wonderful.” Let others decide what they would like to categorize it as. You shouldn’t really worry about it.”