Carrie Underwood is America's favorite new country singer and has continued to hit the charts every since she won American Idol. Carrie Underwood just announced her engagement to Mike Fisher. Pictures of Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher at Gossipcenter.com
Getting ready for the biggest night in music, some of the industry's top names joined together onstage at the 52nd Annual GRAMMY Awards rehearsals at Staples Center on Saturday (January 30).
With Carrie Underwood, Celine Dion, Smokey Robinson, Jennifer Hudson and Usher all on-hand, the five singing sensations sported 3-D shades as they readied to pay tribute to the King of Pop Michael Jackson during the evening ceremony.
Gearing up for two big weekends in a row, Carrie Underwood is preparing to take part in the a tribute to Michael Jackson at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night (January 31).
Ready to rehearse alongside fellow performers Usher, Jennifer Hudson, Celine Dion and Smokey Robinson, the "American Idol" alum tells of the gig: "The Grammys obviously wanted to pay tribute to Michael Jackson and his music, so they wanted to do something that he was passionate about."
Getting in some acting time, Carrie Underwood recently spilled about her stint on the set of “How I Met Your Mother.”
Taking to her blog, the country singer wrote, “I got to hang out with the whole cast, dress up like a flight attendant, play a cavewoman and had a baby pig poop on me…that’s right…jealous I’m just glad I grew up on a farm because I think I was the only one who knew how to hold and wasn’t afraid of a little piglet!”
Gearing up for what’s sure to be a big night, Carrie Underwood was spotted arriving at the annual People’s Choice Awards at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, CA.
Looking absolutely stunning, the country crooner showed up in a beautiful black and white dress with of course, her sparkling new engagement ring which was recently given to her by boyfriend, Mike Fisher.
While other celebrities aren’t worried about being a role model, Carrie Underwood takes it very seriously.
The country singer said, "I take it very seriously, and my motto is I would never want to do anything that would embarrass my own children, in the future. And I think that's the best way to look at things."