Carrie Underwood, NFL Players Are Coming to a Theater Near You with ‘Waiting All Day for Sunday Night’
Sunday Night Football may be months away, but football fans will soon get a sneak peak at Carrie Underwood’s version of the sport’s theme song in 19,000 movie theaters across the U.S.
Global Citizen Festival Headliners: Jay Z, Tiësto, fun. Carrie Underwood and More to Play Central Park
The third annual Global Citizen Festival will take place in New York City on Saturday, Sept. 27 and will feature a star-studded lineup featuring artists across several genres including hip-hop, rock, country and EDM. Jay Z, No Doubt, fun., Carrie Underwood, the Roots and Tiësto are all on the bill. The concert’s stated aim is to eliminate extreme poverty by 2030.
Carrie Underwood not only lent her vocals on “Somethin’ Bad” with Miranda Lambert, it turns out she also wrote the music video treatment.
In their new video for “Somethin’ Bad,” the two women channel their inner Thelma and Louise robbing banks, stealing jewelry and cheating several men out of millions during a very intense poker game.
Popping up from the stage, FGL took over with “This Is How We Roll” with Luke Bryan and surprise guest Jason Derulo. As the song wrapped, Derulo and his crew of dancers transitioned into “Talk Dirty” with FGL and Bryan dancing along.
Toby Keith, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, George Strait, Merle Haggard, Hunter Hayes and The Band Perry are just some of the artists who perform on their own or alongside members of the military during tonight’s “All-Star Salute to the Troops.”
Fans patiently awaiting new music from Underwood will get a treat on May 20, when she debuts a brand new song, “Keep Us Safe,” during a CBS-TV special.
He wasn’t in attendance, but that didn’t stop Justin Timberlake from having a pretty solid night at the Billboard Music Awards.
The two artists will debut their new duet “Somethin’ Bad,” which appears on Lambert’s upcoming studio album “Platinum.”
“Country music is America’s music,” Carrie Underwood said, and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is “the pride of Nashville.”
“I thought it’ll be a cool, intimate evening on a large scale for people to learn something about songs they love,” Urban told Radio.com about tonight’s concert, which benefits the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
“So many young girls want to be just like her. In that sense, I see hope for the world. If I had a daughter, nothing would make me happier than to hear her say she wanted to grow up to be like Carrie Underwood,” Brad Paisley writes.
Who runs the world? Well, Beyoncé of course.