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Sunday, October 21, 2007

Carrie Underwood Featured On The Cover Of Entertainment Weekly

Carrie Underwood Featured On The Cover Of Entertainment Weekly

Some American Idol winners seem to fade away after they win. Others become Carrie Underwood. Proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that the American Idol process does discover talent, Carrie Underwood has gone on to an amazingly successful career. In addition to winning American Idol, Carrie Underwood’s list of achievements include two Grammys, two CMA awards, five Academy of Country Music awards, two People’s Choice awards, and an American Music award.

Carrie Underwood will soon be releasing her second album “Carnival Ride,” and this week’s Entertainment Weekly features the talented country singer on the cover. According to Entertainment Weekly, Carrie Underwood’s debut album “Some Hearts” has sold nearly 6 million copies and has passed Kelly Clarkson’s Breakaway to become the most successful record from any Idol contestant.

In Entertainment Weekly’s cover story article, Carrie Underwood reveals that she loves singing but hates being stared at, loves her family but can’t fathom following in their domesticated footsteps, and, most of all, loves country music and can’t understand why so much of that world has rejected her.

Carrie Underwood is quoted as saying, “I’ve learned this, that haters wanna hate. You could sing a song perfectly, you could write the songs perfectly, and some people are absolutely going to hate you. I heard, like, on live shows, people thought I was lip-synching. Which, I guess, hey, if they think it sounds that good that they think I’m lip-synching, I’ll take it. Whatever. I know there’s a certain point where I have to just be like, ‘Forget it, I don’t care.’ And I do care.”

In regards to dealing with fans and tabloids that are interested in her personal life. Carrie Underwood is quoted as saying, “I have problems going into a store like [Victoria’s Secret]. I’m a private person, and I don’t want people knowing what kind of underwear I like. It’s creepy! But these girls followed me the whole time, and I’m like, ‘Man, they see every single pair of underwear I’m putting in my little shopping bag!’ Just say something. Say hey, I’ll say hey, it’ll be good, and then we can both continue shopping.”

In regards to rumors about her dating Dallas Cowboy’s quarterback Tony Romo, Carrie Underwood is quoted as saying, “At one point it seemed like that’s where it was headed,” she says, “but point blank, he is about football. I don’t know if it’s that I’m not quite his type or whatever, but I don’t think he’s at the point in his life where he would be willing to sacrifice football. He hated so much that people thought that he was paying more attention to me and that was causing him to not do well.”

In regards to why the music industry may not be able to accept the amount of awards she has won so early in her career, Carrie Underwood is quoted as saying, “It’s just ‘cause I didn’t go about it the way a lot of people did. Every single person in the music industry knows if they had a chance like [Idol], they’d take it. And I’m sorry, anybody who says I took a shortcut, they are insane. We didn’t take the easy way; if anything we took a more difficult way. It was just unconventional, therefore it must be wrong.”

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