Carrie Underwood won her seventh lifetime Grammy Award on Sunday night (Feb. 10), picking up her second of 2013 for her hit song 'Blown Away.' The singer fought back tears thanking her fans and family as she hoisted the award for Best Country Solo Performance.
Country music promises to set the tone for the 2013 Grammy Awards on Sunday night (Feb. 10), as Taylor Swift will be the first artist to take the stage. Swift kicks off the 8PM CBS broadcast, but -- like so many of the other performances -- what she'll sing is still a mystery.
Carrie Underwood first shot to stardom after winning Season 4 of the Fox hit reality singing competition 'American Idol,' but she's one of just four women to have taken top honors in the show's 11-year run. At a recent press conference, the 'Blown Away' singer said she's rooting for a woman to win this season.
While many fans would assume that country music's leading ladies would be fiercely competitive with one another, Miranda Lambert recently dismissed those assumptions, saying she would really appreciate collaborating musically with fellow blonde starlets Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood.
Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood were named the top 'American Idol' earners of 2012. These two singers are a fairytale example of what can happen when your talent is portrayed on a hit television show. They won Season 1 and Season 4, respectively, and they continue to rake in the income years removed from their wins.
Avid readers of Stephen King's thriller novels may find the plot twist of Carrie Underwood's 'Two Black Cadillacs' strikingly familiar. The country music superstar used the famous novelist's classic 'Christine' as muse for her eery new video, which is being praised as her most visually stunning video to date.
Prepare to be blown away by the 2013 Grammy Awards. Producers have announced that country superstar Carrie Underwood will perform on the live broadcast, which already featured a diverse mix of top artists from all genres.
Carrie Underwood first turned heads with pro-gay marriage remarks last year, suffering a minor backlash from protestors who questioned the singer's devout Christian lifestyle. In her most recent cover interview for Allure magazine, the 'Two Black Cadillacs' singer revisits her previous remarks, calling out those who find it necessary to belittle her based on her personal belief system.
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