Carrie Underwood (full name Carrie Marie Underwood) was born on March 10, 1983 in Muskogee, Oklahoma, USA. She is a singer and winner of the fourth season of the American Idol contest.
Biography and Career :
She studied at the Checotah High School and the Northeastern State University and after graduating in 2006 she got a degree in mass communications. When she was three years old she began singing in her town's church and then her parents became aware of her talent.
She participated in 2005 at the American Idol contest and won the title. At the end of the show she sag the song "Inside Your Heaven". That's how her career started and how she became a famous singer.
She moved to Nashville, Tennesse after winning in order to remain close to the recording studio. In the sam
e year she won the competition, she released her debut album called "Some Hearts". After two years she released a new album, "Carnival Ride".
She is involved in a romantic relationship with Tony Romo, the Dallas Cowboys Quarterback. She has many fans and she is a famous singer now (2007). She is still very young and with her talent, intelligence and beauty she will surely remain in the music industry for many years.
At the Grammy Awards in 2007 she won the titles for Best New Artist and Best Female Country Vocal Performance with the song "Jesus, Take The Wheel".
- Height: 161 cm
- Martina McBride is her favorite singer.
- She likes to eat Pizza and watch Horror movies.
- She has two sisters and is a vegetarian.
- In 2005 she was elected Oklahoman of the Year by Oklahoma Today magazine.
- "I haven't gotten a whole lot of chocolate, thank goodness, because I'd probably be about 300 pounds."
- "People have so many stereotypes of people from where I come from. If you say you're from Oklahoma, it'll be like, 'Oh, so you milk cows, feed chickens, ride bulls, all that stuff, right?' And it's like, 'No. We don't ride around in covered wagons, either.'"
- 2005 Some Hearts
- 2007 Carnival Ride.
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