When it comes to Jana Kramer's amazing post-baby look, the country singer is thanking "Spanx." During her appearence on the red carpet at the 51st annual Academy of Country Music Awards, Kramer revealed her secret to looking slim after giving birth to her daughter, Jolie Rae, in January.
"I have about three piles of Spanx on me right now," Kramer admitted. "I'm just like, 'How many Spanx can I put in this dress?' It's hard at first getting used to the new, postpartum bod. But I've been working out a bunch and just trying to be confident and be like, 'You know what, I'm a mom and I'm embracing the new me!'" Kramer, 32, attended Sunday's awards at Las Vegas' MGM Grand Garden Arena with her husband, Mike Caussin. The two parents enjoyed one night out without their little one. But if you think baby Jolie wasn't dressed to impress like her parents, think again. The two-month-old was also dressed up at home in a black onesie that read: "my little black dress." "Baby is actually home with the in-laws in Nashville, but she has a cute little -- I just posted -- her first black dress," Kramer bragged. "She totally is [celebrating from afar]." The adorable snapshot's caption said: "Jolie's first red carpet!"
A photo posted by Jana Kramer (@kramergirl) on Apr 3, 2016 at 3:23pm PDT
During a chat with People, Kramer claimed that she was excited about stepping out after giving birth to her daughter. "I'm not going to lie, I'm pretty excited for the ACM Awards. I haven't felt that pretty! I don't wear anything nice anymore, I have spit-up on me constantly."
When it comes to motherhood, Kramer's friends believed that the singer would be stressed out, but she actually proved them wrong by being more calm.
"All of my friends have been like, 'Yeah, don't take this the wrong way. We totally thought that you were going to be super stressed out, basically have a mental breakdown,'" she explained. "Being a mom is the most incredible feeling in the world. I always wanted to be a mom. I'm so happy!"© 2017 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.