Carrie looked sensational in a white Union Jack playsuit which she cinched in at the waist with a bold black belt.
The blonde beauty teamed the look with chunky black boots while styling her blonde tresses poker straight.
On the second night she was seen taking centre stage with the hitmakers, Axl Rose, Slash, Izzy Stradlin, Duff McKagan, and Steven Adler, in a dazzling black number.
The country star rocked a tasseled playsuit which featured silver detailing around the bust area.
She styled her long blonde tresses in curls as they cascaded past her shoulders from a side parting.
The American band, who was formed in 1985, all donned black numbers as they performed their hits for their UK fans.
Previously, Carrie was joined on stage by Axl in April as she welcomed the special guest out during her headline performance at Stagecoach Festival.
During a Q and A with fans Carrie said having the legend join her on stage was a ‘dream come true’.
She said: ‘I feel like that was a moment that has been in the making my whole life. It was a dream come true for someone who grew up listening to them, pretty much my whole life, you know I’ve loved them since I was five.
‘I would always pick voices that just cut through the air for me and his has always done that.
‘We have a walk-on song right before we take the stage. We always try to make sure that it’s something rock – just to get the energy to get us going. We did Paradise City the whole of the last tour.’
Carrie was also asked whether she would cover Guns N’ Roses songs while on her next tour, which she responded: ‘It’s always highly likely!’