“I was asked by the management here at the Grand Ole Opry to ask you if you would like to be their next member,” Randy Travis said to Underwood.
From sports icons to historical figures to everyday heroes, Carrie Underwood and Ludacris show their love for “The Champion” in a moving new music video.
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Underwood originally gave $10,000 to the GoFundMe account raising money to take care of Durrett’s medical costs following the accident.
Durrett suffered from a broken neck and bruised spine among other injuries following his horrific rollover car accident.
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She may not have ever hit the ice, but the living room practice performances led Underwood to making it big in her on-stage music career.
Carrie Underwood and the National Football League are paying homage to football greats with the music video for “The Champion.”
“I definitely do my part when it comes to my personal fitness. I want to be strong. It does take a lot to be on stage,” she said recently.
Sounds Like Nashville’s February installment of 10 Songs You Should be Listening To features tracks from Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood and more!
“I love being the voice of Sunday Night Football because I grew up watching football…from birth. I’m from Oklahoma – we’re a football state,” she admitted.
Carrie Underwood caught a glimpse of daddy-son storytime and had to share the heart-melting moment with fans on Instagram.
Underwood fell at her home back in November, suffering from a broken wrist and a face injury needing 40 stitches to patch up.
While the track highlights the ‘champions’ heading into Super Bowl LII, the song has also been selected by NBC Sports for its coverage of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
“She [Carrie] released on Twitter that we may not recognize her when it’s all said and done. I don’t know what that means… an excuse for a face lift,” said Williams.
“My husband loved it. He would listen to it before playoff games,” Underwood said of the track.
“It’s crazy how a freak random accident can change your life,” Underwood wrote in a letter to her fan club.
We’re looking back on Carrie Underwood’s Storyteller Tour with some of her most iconic on-stage looks.
Watch Underwood perform “Do You Hear What I Hear?” at the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree lighting in 2007.
“Made Christmas cookies with the little man today,” the singer shared via Instagram.