Carrie Underwood

Country Singer

Carrie Underwood was born in Muskogee, Oklahoma, United States on March 10th, 1983 and is the Country Singer. At the age of 40, Carrie Underwood biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, movies, and networth are available.

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Date of Birth
March 10, 1983
United States
Place of Birth
Muskogee, Oklahoma, United States
40 years old
Zodiac Sign
$75 Million
Actor, Composer, Film Actor, Musician, Pianist, Singer, Singer-songwriter, Television Actor
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Carrie Underwood Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 40 years old, Carrie Underwood has this physical status:

Hair Color
Eye Color
Dark Brown
34-23-33" or 86-58.5-84 cm
Carrie Underwood Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Not Available
Checotah High School, Northeastern State University
Carrie Underwood Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Mike Fisher
Isaiah Micael Fisher, Jacob Bryan Fisher
Dating / Affair
Drake Clark (2002-2005), Tony Romo (2006-2007), Chace Crawford (2007-2008), Travis Stork (2008), Mike Fisher (2008-Present)
Stephen Underwood, Carole Underwood
Shanna Underwood (Older Sister), Stephanie Underwood (Older Sister)
Other Family
Bryan Gladys Underwood (Paternal Grandfather), Nell Ella Green (Paternal Grandmother), William Carl Shatswell (Maternal Grandfather), Gladys Faye Luke (Maternal Grandmother)
Carrie Underwood Life

Carrie Marie Underwood (born March 10, 1983) is an American singer, songwriter, fashion designer, and actress.

In 2005, she came to fame as the winner of American Idol's fourth season.

"Inside Your Heaven," her debut single, made her the only country artist to debut on the Billboard Hot 100 charts and the first solo country artist to debut on the Hot 100.

Some Hearts (2005), her debut album, was boosted by the huge crossover success of "Jesus, Take the Wheel" and "Before He Cheats," making her debut country music album in Nielsen SoundScan history, the best-selling solo female debut country album in history, and the best-selling country album in recent history.

Underwood received three Grammy Awards for his album, including Best New Artist. Carnival Ride, her second album, was released in 2007.

It was one of the best opening weeks for a female artist of all time, and it also received two Grammy Awards.

Play On, her follow-up album, 2009, was a commercial success led by the single "Cowboy Casanova."

Blown Away (2012), Underwood's fourth album, received a Grammy Award and was the country's second best-selling album by a female artist this year.

Greatest Hits: Decade #1 (2014), her first compilation album, was a hit on the charts and sales, as well as the Grammy Award-winning crossover song "Something in the Water."

Storyteller (2015), her fifth album, made her the first country artist to have all first five studio albums reach either number one or two on the Billboard 200 chart.

She released Cry Pretty (2018), her sixth album, becoming the only woman to top the Billboard 200 with four country albums, and she had the biggest week for any female album in 2018 and the best-selling solo female album of the year. Underwood, one of the world's most well-known musicians, has sold 70 million albums.

With 15., she is the seventh highest-certified female artist of all time on the RIAA's Top Artists (Digital Singles) list, the highest-certified country album artist to debut in the 21st century and the woman with the most number-one singles on the Billboard Country Airplay chart.

Seven Grammy Awards, 11 Billboard Music Awards, 15 American Music Awards, a Guinness world record, 14 ACM Awards, and nine CMA Awards have been cited among her honors.

Rolling Stone praised her as "the female vocalist of her generation of any form" in 2014, naming her one of the world's most influential individuals in 2014.

Forbes has named her as the most popular American Idol winner.

Some Hearts, the top female artist on Billboard's "Best Country Artists of the 2000s" list, named Some Hearts the number-one country album of the 2000s and her as the top female artist on the "Best Country Artists of the 2000s" list.

She has been inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Grand Ole Opry, Oklahoma Hall of Fame, and the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.

Early life

Carrie Marie Underwood was born in Muskogee, Oklahoma, on March 10, 1983, to Carole (née Shatswell) and Steve Underwood. Shanna and Stephanie, two older sisters, were raised on her parents' farm in Checotah's nearby rural town. Although her mother taught elementary school, her father worked in a paper mill. Underwood performed at Robbins Memorial Talent Show and sang at First Free Will Baptist Church, her hometown church. She appeared at various local events in Checotah, including Old Settler's Day and the Lions Club.

When she was 14 years old to Nashville, a local admirer arranged for her to audition for Capitol Records. Capitol Records had been planning a contract for Underwood in 1996 but decided against it as company policy changed. "I honestly think it's a lot better that nothing comes out of it now," Underwood said of the event. Everything has a way of working out."

She was a cheerleader, played basketball, and softball at Checotah High School. Underwood graduated from Checotah High School in 2001 as a salutatorian. After graduation, she decided not to pursue singing. "I pretty much gave up on the singing ambition after high school," she said. "I had come to a point in my life where I had to be efficient and prepare for my future in the'real world.'

She graduated from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, in 2006, with a bachelor's degree in mass communication and an emphasis on journalism. Sandra Frame, a Page for Oklahoma State Representative Bobby Frame, spent part of her summer as a aide. She served tables at a pizzeria, worked in a museum, and worked in a veterinary clinic. Underwood is a sluggish member of Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Sigma Iota's Alpha Iota chapter.

She appeared in the Downtown Country Show in Tahlequah for two summers. In 2004, she appeared in numerous beauty pageants at the university and was named Miss NSU runner-up.

Personal life

Mike Fisher, a professional hockey player, began dating Underwood after they met at one of her shows in late 2008, and they became engaged in December 2009. Fisher was first published in Ottawa on December 20, 2009. Underwood's engagement ring has a yellow diamond in it and has been appraised at $150,000. Underwood and Fisher were on display at the Ritz-Carlton Lodge in Greensboro, Georgia, on July 10, 2010 with more than 250 people in attendance. On February 27, 2015, the couple's first son was born. On January 21, 2019, their second son was born.

Underwood had three miscarriages between her two sons' births. "I will have these horrible things going on in my life and then have to go smile and do some interviews or, like, do a photo shoot or something" in 2018, she told CBS News in 2018.

Since her husband, Mike Fisher, was traded to the Nashville Predators the day before, an Ottawa radio station, 105.3 KISS-FM, announced on February 11, 2011 that it would not play Underwood's music. The station later updated its statement in response to Underwood's fans' calls on Facebook not to ever tune into the radio station. It apologised for its conduct, saying that its remarks were meant to be taken as a joke because it doesn't play Underwood's country songs any more, and that it was its "tongue-in-cheek way of wishing Fisher the best of luck in Nashville." Fisher later chastised the station, saying, "obviously Carrie had nothing to do with the transfer or trade or something so to suggest something like that was just wrong," she said, noting that both he and Underwood were dissatisfied with the station's negativity. The Hockey News' annual list of the 100 People of Influence and Influence in Ice Hockey named Underwood. Underwood ranked 85th on the 2012 list.

Underwood and Fisher bought a house on eleven acres near Ottawa in the fashionable Spruce Ridge district of 2010. The mansion was later listed at a $2.2 million asking price. The couple bought a cottage outside of Nashville in 2012. They use the cottage for weekend getaways. For their appearance on Oprah's Next Chapter, Oprah explored the cottage and interviewed Underwood and Fisher.

Underwood, a practicing Evangelical Christian, is also an animal lover and a vegetarian. She stopped eating meat at the age of 13 because she couldn't bear the thought of eating one of her own animals. For the second time since being named "World's Sexiest Vegetarian" by PETA in 2007, she was the first woman to vote in 2005 by Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, who was also a vegetarian at the time.

"Ever since I was young, I loved animals," Underwood said in a PETA interview in 2007. If you told me I could never sing again, I'd say it's sad, but not my life. I would not be around animals again if you told me I could never be around animals again. Underwood's death, Ace, who she had adopted in 2007, was revealed in April 2022.

Underwood took to the streets of Tennessee to oppose the Tennessee "Ag Gag bill" bill in April 2013. According to the bill, it makes it a crime to videotape animal cruelty or assault and then fail to hand over the paperwork to authorities within 48 hours. This is to discourage animal rights campaigners from accumulating adequate evidence to show that animal cruelty is widespread in large agriculture industries. "Shame on Tennessee legislators for passing the Ag Gag bill," Underwood tweeted. If Gov. George W. Bush were to vote, he would be able to tell us if he were to be President. Bill Haslam says he wants to see me at his front door.

Who's with me?"

"I would say that Carrie Underwood will keep to singing, but I'll stick to lawmaking," state Rep. Andy Holt said in a tweet. "I should stick to singing," Underwood posted on Twitter later. Wow, I'm just a tax-paying citizen concerned for the wellbeing of my family members. #NoAgGagGag" is a play on the Internet. She has also tweeted Tennessee governor John Kerry. "Please don't sign the Ag Gag bill," Bill Haslam said. Consider the animal's well-being as the customers. "I'm begging you" says the narrator.

Underwood has voiced an intense interest in sports. She has played in the annual City of Hope Celebrity Softball tournament for charity for many years. The festival takes place in Nashville, Tennessee, and supports life-threatening diseases research. She appeared on "Star Spangled Banner" at Game 4 of the NBA Finals between the San Antonio Spurs and the Detroit Pistons in 2005, and the NBA All-Star Game in 2006. She appeared at halftime of the 2006 Thanksgiving Day football game at Texas Stadium in Irving, Texas, and she was friends with Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. In 2006, the Seattle Seahawks and Carolina Panthers played "Star-Spangled Banner" at the NFC Championship Game in Washington, as well as at the 2006 version of NASCAR's Coca-Cola 600, the MLB All Star Game in Pittsburgh, and the 2007 World Series between the Boston Red Sox and Colorado Rockies. Underwood performed the National Anthem for Super Bowl XLIV on February 7, 2010.

Since 2013, Underwood has performed the opening theme tune for NBC Sunday Night Football. Faith Hill, whom Underwood later expressed complete support for Underwood, tweeting that it was "an incredible choice" by NBC/SNF and that Underwood "will rock it," underwood said. Underwood's first song, "Oh, Sunday Night," was a reimaginement of her song "Oh, Sunday Night," but for the 2018 NFL season, "Game On" was replaced with a new one. Prior to the Nashville Predators' victory over the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 3 of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs, she sang the National Anthem for the Nashville Predators and before their win over the Winnipeg Jets in Game 2 of the second round.

Though Underwood does not consider it a musical influence, she confessed to being a fan of metal and mentioned listening to I Prevail and Mudvayne during her workout routine.


Carrie Underwood Career


Underwood auditioned for American Idol in St. Louis, Missouri, singing Bonnie Raitt's "I Can't Make You Love Me" in mid-2004. Judge Simon Cowell said she would be one of the favorites to win the competition after she sang "Could's Been" by Tiffany on the top 12 girls night. Underwood performed an interpretation of the number one 1980s rock hit "Alone," made popular by Heart, and Cowell predicted that Underwood would not only win the competition but also outsell all previous Idol winners. Later this week, one of the show's producers dominated the polls, winning by a large margin every week. During the course of the competition, she developed a fan base dubbed "Carrie's Care Bears." On "Bless the Broken Road," she performed with Rascal Flatts in the final. Underwood became the season four champion on May 25, 2005. Her winnings included a recording contract worth at least a million dollars, the use of a personal jet for a year, and a Ford Mustang convertible.

Underwood's musical career began in 2005 with the debut of her first single, "Inside Your Heaven." The album debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 for the third time since chart policy was changed in 1998. She also debuted as the first female artist to debut on the Hot 100, and the album became the first country music artist to debut at number one on the Hot 100 since country group Lonestar's "Amazed" debuted in 2000. The only single by a solo country artist in the decade 2000-2009 to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart is "Inside Your Heaven." It also debuted on the Billboard Pop 100 and on the Canadian Singles Chart for seven weeks in a row, establishing the longest-running number one single in Canada since 2005. It was awarded gold by the RIAA and double platinum by the CRIA.

Some Hearts, Underwood's debut album, debuted on November 15, 2005, debuting at number one on the Billboard Top Country Albums and at number two on the Billboard 200, with 315,000 copies sold. Some Hearts' first week sales made it the best debut of any country artist since the introduction of the SoundScan device in 1991. Any Hearts was the best-selling album in the United States in 2006 in both genres. Both 2006 and 2007, Underwood was the first female artist to be named in Billboard history for her first female artist on the record. In addition,, it was the best-selling female country album of 2005, 2006, and 2007. Some Hearts has since become the fastest-selling debut country album of the last 14 years, the most popular solo female debut album in country music history, the best-selling Country album in the last 14 years, and the best-selling album by an American Idol alumni in the United States. The album has been rated nine times platinum by the Royal Institute of British Architects, the first country artist to have received a gold medal since 2000.

"Jesus, Take the Wheel," the album's second single, debuted on radio in October and later topped the Billboard Hot Country Songs, peaking at number one for six weeks in a row, and at number twenty on the Hot 100. The RIAA has awarded the song a double platinum award after it was released. "Some Hearts" by Underwood's third album was also released in October in October, but it was only to pop radio, peaking in the top 30 of the adult contemporary charts. "Don't Forget to Remember Me," her fourth album, was also very popular, debuting at number two on the Hot Country Songs chart. "Before He Cheats," Underwood's third country single, debuted on Billboard's Top Country Songs, and remained there for five weeks. The song reached number eight on the Billboard Hot 100 for the first time ever, despite falling to the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100, smashing the record set by Creed from July 2000. "Before He Cheats" became the first country song to be ever to be issued multi-platinum in February 2008. It has now been certified five times Platinum, selling more than four million copies, and it is the fourth best-selling country digital song of all time. Underwood's 2007 release of "Wasted," which peaked at number one on the Hot Country Songs chart and was rated Platinum by the RIAA, continued her streak of top Country singles. The "Jesus, Take the Wheel" ringtone was announced to have been rated Platinum in August 2008, making Underwood the first country artist to have two songs receive Platinum Mastertone status along with "Before He Cheats," which had been released earlier in 2007. In April 2006, Underwood announced Carrie Underwood: Live 2005, her first headlined tour, with dates around North America.

At the 2005 Billboard Music Awards, her hit song "Inside Your Heaven" received the coveted Top-Selling Hot 100 Song of the Year award and also the Best-Selling Country Single of the Year award, as well as the coveted Country Single Artist of the Year award. She received Best New Female Vocalist and Single of the Year for her song "Jesus, Take the Wheel" at the Academy of Country Music Awards in 2006. She received both the Horizon Award (now New Artist of the Year) and Female Vocalist of the Year at the 2006 Country Music Association Awards. Underwood received both the Breakthrough Video of the Year and Female Video of the Year for her 2006 work "Jesus, Take The Wheel." She received the Best Female Artist of the Year Award at the American Music Awards later this year, and was also ranked for Favorite Female Country Artist. She received five awards at the 2006 Billboard Music Awards in December, including the coveted Album of the Year, Female Country Artist, New Country Artist, and Country Album of the Year. Underwood also received the GMA (Gay) Dove Award for Country Recorded Song of the Year for "Jesus, Take The Wheel" last year. Underwood received Album of the Year, Video of the Year, and Female Vocalist of the Year at the Academy of Country Music Awards in 2007. At the 2006 World Music Awards, she was nominated for "World's Best Selling New Artist." Underwood's "Before He Cheats" received three accolades at the 2007 CMT Awards in Nashville, Tennessee, on April 16, including Video of the Year, Female Video of the Year, and Video Director of the Year. For the second time in a row and as the year's best vocalist of the Year, Underwood received two accolades at the 2007 Country Music Association Awards: Female Vocalist of the Year and Single Record of the Year for "Before He Cheats."

Some Hearts earned four Grammy nominations in 2007, and Underwood received her first two Grammy awards for her song "Jesus, Take the Wheel" in 2007. Underwood became the second country artist to win the award in the 56-year history of the Grammy Awards, following LeAnn Rimes (1997). With Grammy nominees Rascal Flatts, she performed "Life in the Fast Lane" for the Eagles. She performed "Desperado" for the Eagles, as well as Don Henley of The Eagles. She also paid tribute to Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys by appearing "New San Antonio Rose." Underwood was nominated for two more Grammy Awards, for "Before He Cheats" and "Best Country Collaboration with Vocals," as well as "Oh, Love" a duet with Brad Paisley. She received one Grammy Award for Best Female Vocal Performance that night, as well as performing "Before He Cheats" at the premiere.

Oklahoma Today named Underwood as the Year of the Year in December 2005. On The Oprah Winfrey Show in December 2006, Underwood joined Tony Bennett, Michael Bublé, and Josh Groban to perform "For Once in My Life". She paid tribute to Dolly Parton by performing "Islands in the Stream" with Kenny Rogers (originally by Parton and Rogers) at the Kennedy Center Honors in June that year, honoring Parton that year. During the 2006 Holiday Season, Underwood appeared on the USO Christmas Tour in Iraq. Underwood appeared at the 2007 Idol Gives Back concert, singing "I'll Stand By You," a prelude to The Pretenders' hit. On Billboard's Hot 100 Songs, her version of the song debuted at number six.

According to Forbes, Underwood earned more than $7 million between June 2006 and 2007. Underwood was dubbed the Sexiest Female Musician by Victoria's Secret in 2007.

Carnival Ride, Underwood's second album, was released in October 2007. Underwood was more involved in the songwriting process; she arranged a writers' retreat at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville to engage with such Music Row writers as Hillary Lindsey, Craig Wiseman, Rivers Rutherford, and Gordie Sampson. Carnival Ride's debut on its first week, debuting at number one on both the Billboard 200 and Top Country Albums, as well as number one on the Canadian Albums Chart, one of the first-week sales by a female artist. In just two months after its debut in December, Carnival Ride was named double platinum. The album has been rated by the Royal Institute of British Architects as a Multi-Platinum. In July 2007, the album's first single, "So Small," debuted on Billboard's Hot Country Songs, gaining number one for three weeks in a row. The second single, "All-American Girl," debuted on the Hot Country Songs chart and debuted at number one. The next single, "Last Name," debuted at number one on the Hot Country Song chart as well. Underwood became the first female artist to have two consecutive albums since Shania Twain in 1998. "Just a Dream" the album's next single, was released in July 2008 and later reached number one on the Hot Country Songs chart, where it remained for two weeks in a row. Underwood became the first solo female artist to pull four number one's from one album after Twain did it with The Woman in Me. "I Told You So," the album's fifth single, a duet with Randy Travis, the song's original singer, was released in February 2009. It reached number two on the Country charts and number nine on the Billboard Hot 100, and at number nine. The RIAA awarded Platinum for more than 400,000 copies each. Underwood began a joint tour with Keith Urban in January 2008 called the Love, Pain, and the Whole Crazy Carnival Ride Tour, with dates scheduled nationally and throughout April. She began the Carnival Ride Tour in February 2008, with dates throughout North America, and ended on December 14, 2008, with 1.2 million followers on tour and being named the top-selling country female touring artist of 2008.

Underwood topped five Billboard Year-End charts in 2007, including Billboard 200 Artist of the Year and also Country Artist of the Year. She received three American Music Awards: Artist of the Year, Favorite Female Artist, and Favorite Country Album for Some Hearts in late 2007. She received Female Vocalist of the Year for the second year in a row. She has been nominated for two awards in the 2008 Country Music Association. For the first year as hosts, Underwood and Brad Paisley co-hosted the awards show, and she walked away from the Female Vocalist of the Year award for the third year in a row. Underwood performed "Just a Dream" at the funeral, and Leslie Ponder, the wife of a soldier who had died, welcomed him. Carnival Ride received the Favorite Country Album award at the 2008 American Music Awards, her second straight win in the category.

Underwood earned her first international accolade in 2008, "Female Vocalist of the Year" at the European Country Music Association Awards. Underwood was nominated for four major awards in 2009 for the 44th Academy of Country Music Awards. Underwood was named Female Vocalist of the Year and Entertainer of the Year, making her the first woman to win the award in ten years and the seventh female to do so in the award show's four-decade history. At the 2009 CMT Awards for "Just A Dream," Underwood was nominated for Video of the Year. She received the Grammy Award for Best Female Vocal Performance for her third year in a row, "Last Name" at the 2009 Grammy Awards, and performed the song at the awards ceremony. Underwood received her fifth Grammy Award in 2010 for her song "I Told You So" with Randy Travis, and she was also nominated for Best Female Vocal Performance for "Just A Dream" at the 52nd Grammy Awards. During the 3-D Michael Jackson tribute, she performed with Celine Dion, Usher, Smokey Robinson, and Jennifer Hudson. Ken Ehrlich, a Grammy Awards producer, said Michael Jackson admired Underwood greatly, which is why she was hand-picked to perform during his tribute.

Underwood was welcomed by Randy Travis on March 15, 2008, to become a member of the Grand Ole Opry. She was officially inducted by Garth Brooks into the Grand Ole Opry on May 10, 2008. Julie Andrews sang Julie Andrews' classic, the title song from The Sound of Music, at the 2007 Movies Rock: A Celebration Of Music In Film a Few Months Ahead. Underwood unveiled her wax figure at Madame Tussauds New York on October 22, 2008. According to Forbes, Underwood earned more than $9 million between June 2007 and June 2008, ranking 79 on the Top Celebrity 100 list in 2008. Forbes announced that Underwood was the highest-earning American Idol alumnus from June 2008 to May 17, 2009. During this time period, she made more than twice as much money as the second-place finisher, with estimated earnings of $14 million. "Do You Hear What I Hear?" She performed on the holiday CD "Do You Hear What I Hear?" She performed on "Do You Hear What I Hear?" The song debuted at number two on the AC Chart and stayed there for three weeks in a row. "Ever After" was She recorded on the soundtrack to the 2007 Walt Disney film Enchanted's "Ever After" which was a single track. Underwood co-wrote a song for Idol alum Kristy Lee Cook's debut album Why Wait. She performed George Michael's classic "Praying For Time" at the 2008 Idol Gives Back and later recorded it. Underwood's 2008 album Christmas Duets featured a virtual and posthumous duet with Elvis Presley on his album "I'll Be Home For Christmas" on his album Christmas Duets. "Priscilla Presley's ex-wife, Priscilla Presley, had to do the duet": "Priscilla wanted me to do 'I'll Be Home For Christmas,'" she says. "I couldn't say 'no'" as a result. She followed a cover of Mötley Crüe's "Home Sweet Home" for the American Idol season eight farewell theme in March 2009.

On November 3, 2009, Underwood's third studio album, Play On, was released. Both Billboard 200 and Top Country Albums debuted in the first week, selling over 318,000 copies in its first week, but Susan Boyle's I Dreamed a Dream overtook it as the top-selling year by a female artist on the year, but it was eventually taken over by Susan Boyle's I Dreamed a Dream, which ended the year as number two. Underwood produced a song with pop/R&B singer-songwriter Ne-Yo for the album, but it didn't make it to the final tracklist. In September 2009, Underwood, Brett James, and hip hop producer Mike Elizondo co-wrote "Cowboy Casanova," the album's first single, was released. It was a huge success, from number 96 to number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 in its second week, one of the largest single-week sales on the chart of all time. In just ten weeks, the year's highest chart-topper by a country female and the fastest number one of her career at that point (her 2014 album "Something in the Water" topped the Hot Country Songs chart in its seventh week). Due to being certified double Platinum, "Cowboy Casanova" has sold more than 2 million copies. "Temporary Home," the album's second single, debuted on Billboard Hot Country Songs, and the RIAA has rated it Platinum. In May, Underwood's third single "Undo It" was released on radio. It was later certified platinum and reached number one on the Hot Country Songs chart, bringing Underwood her tenth number one single on the Hot Country Songs chart. The fourth single from Play On, "Mama's Song," was released to country radio in September, peaking at number two on the Hot Country Songs and being named Gold by the Royal Institute of British Agricultural Music. The album has been rated Triple Platinum.

Play On Tour by Underwood began in Reading, Pennsylvania, on March 11, 2010. The second leg of the tour started in September 25, 2010, in Portland, Oregon, and ended in January 1, 2011 in Detroit. On October 2, 2010, Underwood sold out the prestigious Hollywood Bowl. ranked Play On Tour one of the top 50 tours of 2010 in December, ranked first on the North American charts and number 31 worldwide. Billboard also ranked Underwood's tour at number 24 for all world tours of 2010. Underwood attracted over 1 million followers on the tour, earning her a second top-ranked female country touring artist of the year on January 4, 2011.

She received two awards and co-hosted the ceremony with Brad Paisley for their second year in a row. Underwood was nominated for six Academy of Country Music Awards. Underwood was named Entertainer of the Year at the show's reception in April 2010, making her the first woman to win this award twice. "ACM Triple Crown Award" host Reba McEntire honored Underwood for her accomplishments as the year's best New Artist, Top Female Vocalist, and Entertainer of the Year. She was only the second female to win the coveted "Triple Crown Award," the first being Barbara Mandrell. Underwood accepted Video of the Year for "Cowboy Casanova" at the CMT Music Awards, and Carrie Underwood flocked to "Temporary Home" as CMT's Year in a New Zealand tradition. Underwood received two international trophies for his performance in "Cowboy Casanova," the eighth French Country Music Awards, which were named Best Female Vocalist and Video of the Year. She received "Play On" at the 2010 American Music Awards, making her the first artist in the American Music Award history to have all albums recognized in the category. Brad Paisley co-hosted the 2010 CMA Awards for the third year in a row. Underwood was nominated for 'Best Female Vocal Performance' for "Temporary Home" at the 2011 Grammy Awards. In 2010, Underwood was named as one of the top Artists of the Year in 2010 in country music by the CMT Artists of the Year special. On December 3, 2010, the CMT hosted the demonstration. Underwood performed both her song "Undo It" and Aerosmith's "Walk This Way" at the 2011 Academy of Country Music Awards.

Underwood was one of the seven women to be honoured by the Academy of Country Music at the Girls' Night Out: Superstar Women of Country Special in May 2011. She was honoured for being the first and only female artist in the academy's history to win Entertainer of the Year twice. Vince Gill introduced Underwood and presented her with the special award at the dinner. He performed "Jesus, Take The Wheel" as one of her hits, and underwood appeared on "How Great Thou Art" with Underwood. Within two days, the performance became a viral hit on YouTube, with 3 million views in less than a day.

Some Hearts was rated the number one Country Album of the 2000 Decade by Billboard and Underwood in December 2009, and she was the top-ranked female artist on Billboard's Best Country Artists of the 2000 Decade list. Overall, she ranked 50 on Billboard's Artists of the Decade list. Also in late 2009, Underwood had her own CMT Invitation Only and later hosted Carrie Underwood: An All-Star Holiday Special, a two-hour variety show on Fox starring Dolly Parton (with whom she sang a rendition of "I Will Always Love You") season seven American Idol champion David Cook, Kristin Chenoweth, Brad Paisley, and others. Underwood was named on People magazine's 100 Most Beautiful People List for 2010. This was the fourth year in a row that she had been nominated for the list. Victoria's Secret revealed her legs in May as the Sexiest Legs in Hollywood. Underwood was rated number 11 Queen of Pop by Rolling Stone magazine in June 2011, based on a variety of criteria from 2009 to 2011. "There's a Place for Us," Underwood co-wrote and recorded a song titled "There's a Place for Us," the lead single from The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. David Hodges and Hillary Lindsey, the best original song in Underwood and songwriters, have been nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song. The trio wrote "See You Again" for the film during the recording session; however, Underwood retained it and pressed for its inclusion in the film's fourth album in 2012. Underwood performed "Instant Karma" by John Lennon in March 2011. Former President George H. W. Bush was honored at NBC's special All Together Now – A Celebration of Service, which honoured former President George H. W. Bush. Underwood selected a song for contestant Lauren Alaina to sing in the season ten finale of American Idol.

Underwood appeared on "Remind Me," a duet with Brad Paisley that debuted on Billboard Hot Country Songs, gaining her eleventh number one single and fourteenth overall, giving Underwood her eleventh number one single on the chart and fourteenth overall. She has a duet with Tony Bennett on his 2011 album Duets II and another duet with Randy Travis on his 2011 anniversary celebration album. Underwood was one of the headliners of the iHeartRadio Music Festival. The festival took place on September 23 and 24, 2011.

As he was presented with the Ella Award at the Society of Singers annual dinner on September 19, Underwood performed "You Really Got a Hold on Me" in honor of Smokey Robinson. Robinson returned the favor to Underwood by singing "My Girl" to her. They performed together with Stevie Wonder, Natalie Cole, and other musicians on a medley of several songs at the same time. Forbes estimated Underwood to have earned more than $13 million from May 2009 to May 2010, being the top-earning Idol. Forbes revealed in July 2011 that Underwood earned over $20 million between May 2010 and May 2011, the highest-earning American Idol slumnus for the fourth year in a row. Between 2011 and 2012, she earned $5 million.

During the Pepsi Super Bowl Fan Jam of Super Bowl XLVI, Underwood joined Steven Tyler at the Pepsi Coliseum. It was the most popular episode in seven years.

The 54th Annual Grammy Awards' Underwood and Tony Bennett performed their duet "It Had to Be You" on February 12, 2012. They also performed the song on the season two premiere of Blue Bloods in September 2011.

Blown Away, Underwood's fourth album, was released on May 1, 2012. According to Underwood, this album includes songs with a "darker storyline." In the first week, "Blown Away" debuted on the Billboard 200, the Country Albums Chart, and the Digital Albums chart in the United States, grossing more than 267,000. On February 23, 2012, the first single, "Good Girl," was released. On February 27, 2012, it was officially introduced to Country radio. On Wednesday and VEVO on March 12, 2012, "Good Girl"'s music video premiered on Entertainment Tonight and VEVO. Underwood's twelfth number one on the charts, the song reached the top of the Hot Country Songs chart, with Underwood's twelfth number one on the charts, and has sold over two million copies. On July 9, 2012, the song "Blown Away" was released as the album's second single. It was a huge success, with over 2 million copies being certified Triple Platinum, the top-one spot on the Billboard Country Airplay and the Top 20 of the Top Country Songs, and the 16th Top 10 hits on the Hot Country Songs chart, a record among women in the tally's 68-year history, with Underwood's 16th Top 10 hits on the Top Country Songs chart, the highest number in the country's top 20. The album was the second best-selling country album of the year and the second best-selling debut by a female artist in 2012. The RIAA has given it a Gold Medal and has sold over 1.7 million copies in the United States alone. Underwood appeared on VH1 Unplugged (called "VH1 Presents: Carrie Underwood Unplugged") and VH1 Behind the Music, which premiered on October 2, 2012. Underwood also included a cover of Coldplay's "Fix You" on the episode.

On November 26, the album's third single, "Two Black Cadillacs," was released. It was Underwood's 17th top ten hit on Billboard's Hot Country Songs, extending her own record, later peaking at number two on Billboard's Country Airplay chart and being rated Platinum. "See You Again" was released as the album's fourth single in March 2013, and the RIAA has been rated Platinum.

Underwood's duet with Brad Paisley won the 2012 CMT Music Awards for "Good Girl" and Collaborative Video of the Year. At the wedding, she also performed "Good Girl." She received the award for Favorite Album – Country, for Blown Away, and "Two Black Cadillacs" at the 2012 American Music Awards. At the 41st Country Music Awards of Australia, Underwood received the award for Best Selling International Album of the Year in early 2013. Underwood earned her sixth Grammy Award for Best Country Solo Performance for her film "Blown Away" in February 2013. At the awards show ceremony featuring an LED-powered costume, she performed a medley of "Blown Away" and "Two Black Cadillacs." The Academy of Country Music Awards announced two nominations on February 13. At the 2013 British Country Music Awards, she was named Best Album of the Year. Underwood received her 10th award at the 2013 CMT Music Awards, making her the first coveted artist ever to be honoured in CMT Music Awards history. For the fourth time, she received Video of the Year for her fourth film, as well as being the artist with the most awards in the category. She paid tribute to tornado victims in Oklahoma by performing "See You Again" backed by a choir from Nashville's Christ Church.

The first leg of the Blown Away Tour started in 2012 at the Royal Albert Hall in London, which sold out in 90 minutes, and five shows in Australia, including a sold-out date at the Sydney Opera House, began on June 21, 2012. Underwood was the best-selling female country touring artist of 2012, grossing over $29.2 million and boosting her career tour earnings to over $95 million in the first leg of the Blown Away Tour. "Carrie Underwood: The Blown Away Tour Exhibition," held at the Country Music Hall of Fame, ran from June 5 to November 10, 2013. With performances in Ireland, an additional show in England, and several shows in North America, the second leg of the tour began in February 2013. Both dates of the Blown Away Tour's second leg of the Blown Away Tour were sold out, smashing records. In late May 2013, Underwood completed the Blown Away Tour, bringing in one million viewers from three continents and six countries. Her three main arena tours have attracted over 3.2 million viewers combined. Underwood released Blown Away Tour: LIVE, a DVD with nearly 100 minutes of performance, behind-the-scene footage, interviews, and music videos from the album Blown Away. It was released on August 13, 2013, and it was Underwood's first official DVD concert.

Billboard ranked Underwood as the 16th money maker for the period from February 2012 to February 2013. She made close to $12 million as the best earner in America and second for female country artists. Forbes ranked Underwood at number 46 on the Forbes 100 list in 2013, noting that she earned more than $31 million between June 2012 and June 2013, as the top-earning American Idol and 2013's highest-paid women in music.

The single "Can't Stop Lovin' You," a rock band Aerosmith track with featured vocals by Underwood, was released on January 21, 2013.

Underwood appeared onstage with the Rolling Stones on May 25, during the band's Stop-Counting Tour in Toronto, Canada. They performed "It's Only Rock 'n Roll (But I Like It)" "They're just Rock 'n Roll" (but they don't like it). She was one of the Emmy Awards' special tribute to President John F. Kennedy's coverage in the country's first appearance on September 22, 2013. "Yesterday" was one of The Beatles' most popular songs.

Underwood announced that she began planning a new album in August 2013 and that she would begin prep work sometime in 2014. "I feel like I can really buckle down and start working on the upcoming album after The Sound of Music," Underwood told Billboard. Underwood also stated that she has been planning another tour, although this could be toned down from her previous ones, adding, "I haven't thought about it much because I don't know what the next album will look like," but she prefers standing around and singing. I may take a different route, a more direct stance on the upcoming one. Underwood wrote a letter to Billboard, "I loved the energy that rock concerts had." Underwood appeared on Miranda Lambert's album "Somethin' Bad" on "Somethin' Bad." "Somethin' Bad" (a single) debuted on the Hot Country Songs chart at number one on the chart, becoming Underwood's 13th number-one on the charts. The song soared to number 19 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week.

Linda Ronstadt was honoured on the Rock and Roll Induction Ceremony in early 2014, paying tribute to Linda Ronstadt. Critics, as well as Stevie Nicks, who appeared with Underwood, are raving about her appearances. Underwood appeared on the 2014 World Citizen Festival in September, alongside Jay-Z, No Doubt, and other music performers. R.E.M.'s covert story. During her appearance, "Everybody Hurts" was highly lauded. In November, she headlined the 2014 Concert for Valor alongside Eminem, Metallica, Foo Fighters, and other live performers, where the Singing Sergeants of the US Air Force supported her during her appearance of "Something in the Water." On December 1, 2014, Underwood was invited by Bono himself to front U2's World AIDS Day (RED) Concert, alongside U2, Bruce Springsteen, Coldplay's Chris Martin, and Kanye West. During a live performance of her song "Change," she was joined by U2 guitarist The Edge, which received acclaim.

The Academy of Country Music has given Underwood the Gene Weed Special Achievement Award for her widespread exposure on NFL Sunday Night Football, the live NBC broadcast of Music Live!, her worldwide Blown Away Tour, and her C.A.T.S. The Foundation is a charity. Underwood received the Milestone Award in 2014, which she had been nominated for her chart success, as well as her record of having the highest starting run by a woman on the country Airplay chart (see chart). Underwood was ranked as one of the world's most influential people, placing her in the "Icons" category of "Icons." She received the award for Favorite Female Country Artist at the American Music Awards, marking her eighth appearance at AMA in her career. Billboard named her 2014 top female Christian artist. Underwood received Best Country Solo Performance for "Something in the Water" in 2015, her seventh Grammy Award in her career. "Something in the Water" was the top Christian song at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards. Underwood received three awards, including Video of the Year for "Something in the Water," at the 2015 CMT Music Awards. She received the Favorite Female Country Artist award in 2015, winning her ninth American Music Award.

Greatest Hits: Decade #1, Underwood's first greatest hits compilation, was released on December 9. "Something in the Water," the album's lead single, became a crossover sensation. It hit number one on the Hot Country Songs chart for the fourteenth time and second in 2014. She holds the most top-one hits on the Hot Country Songs chart in the Nielsen SoundScan era (since 1991) in the Guinness Book, with fourteen number one. The song topped the Hot Christian Songs chart and has remained at the top for many weeks. It debuted on the Hot 100 charts at number 24. In its first week, the song set and broke multiple airplay records on Country radio. "Little Toy Guns" was the second single from the collection's collection in February 2015. The song peaked at number six on Billboard's Hot Country Songs, ranked second on the Country Airplay Chart and number 47 on the Hot 100, and number six on the Hot 100. At the 58th Grammy Awards, the song was nominated for Best Country Solo Performance. The compilation debuted with the highest debut for a hits collection in more than six years and the most first-week sales for a female hits album in over nine years. She made $10 million between 2013 and 2014, leading Forbes' list of the top-earning American Idols, with a total of $8 million between 2014 and 2015.

In the spring of 2015, Underwood returned to the studio to finish her fifth studio album. Storyteller was announced on October 23, 2015, and the lead single, "Smoke Break," was announced to radio in August. Storyteller debuted on the Billboard 200, making Underwood the first country artist to have their first five studio albums debut at number one or two on the Billboard 200. In addition, the album debuted at number one on the Top Country Albums chart, giving Underwood another award for the first artist to score six consecutive number-one albums on the chart. The Royal Institute of British Architects has now named Storyteller as a Platinum recipient.

"Heartbeat," the album's second single, became Underwood's 14th leader on the Country Airplay chart, while "Church Bells," her third single, extending her record for the most top-one's among women in the chart's history. In 2016, Underwood became the first female artist to score two top-one hits on the Country Airplay chart. In August 2016, the band's fourth single, "Dirty Laundry," debuted from the album, ultimately peaking at number two on the Billboard Country Airplay. Underwood was ranked as the year's best female country artist and fifth overall, according to Billboard.

In January 2016, Underwood unveiled the Storyteller Tour, her fifth headlining tour, with a second half picking up in August. When being named by Billboard as the top country tour for the first half of the year, the tour attracted over 1 million viewers, completing 92 shows in seven countries. She made $26 million between 2015 and 2016, ranked on Forbes' list of top-paid country music acts, and $20 million between 2016 and 2017, ranked on Billboard's Top 50 Money Makers list.

Underwood received three nominations from the CMT Music Awards in June 2016, including two awards for her "Smoke Break" in which she won two awards, the most among all performers. In 2016, she was named Female Vocalist of the Year by the American Country Countdown Awards, and in addition, she was named Female Vocalist of the Year by the CMA Chairman's Award. She received her fifth Teen Choice Award for Choice Country Artist in July. Two other Billboard Music Awards, including Top Country Artist, were also recognized underwood. Underwood was the first artist to be recognized by the ACM Lifting Lives Gary Haber Award in September 2016 for her continuing work with charities.

Underwood was named one of CMT Artists of the Year on October 20, 2016, marking her third year as a recipient. Underwood received four awards for the 50th Annual Country Music Association Awards, including her first nomination for Entertainer of the Year. She earned the Female Vocalist of the Year, her fourth time to win the award. She has also been nominated for three other awards in the 2016 American Music Awards, including the top prize for Artist of the Year. She received Favorite Female Artist for the fourth time and Favorite Country Album (for Storyteller) for the fifth time, raising her record as the only artist to win the award for all albums released.

Underwood was one of 30 artists to appear on "Forever Country," a mash-up of "Take Me Home, Country Roads," "On the Road Again," and "I Will Always Love You" celebrating 50 years of the CMA Awards. The single debuted at number one on Billboard's Hot Country Songs. She joined Keith Urban in a series of concerts in Australia and New Zealand in December 2016.

She received her ninth People's Choice award in January 2017, which was named Favorite Female Country Artist. For the 59th annual Grammy Awards, Underwood received one nomination – Best Country Solo Performance – for her single "Church Bells." At the Grammy Awards, She and Keith Urban performed their latest song, "The Fighter." The RIAA's joint album debuted in the top two of the Hot Country Songs and top twenty of the adult contemporary chart, and was named platinum by the RIAA.

Entertainer of the Year was one of two finalists in the 52nd annual Academy of Country Music Awards. She received three more nominations for the 2017 CMT Music Awards in June, including Video of the Year for "Church Bells." She was named Female Video of the Year by the year's best female winners, extending her record for the most shows in history. Underwood received two nominations for the 2017 Teen Choice Awards, including Choice Country Artist, which she received for the third year in a row. She received one nomination from the 45th annual American Music Awards in the Favorite Female Artist – Country category, which she won for the fourth year in a row, bringing her total number to twelve American Music Awards.

Underwood took time off at the start of the year to spend time with family and friends, and then, perhaps, begin to write for her next album. After being with Arista Nashville for almost twelve years, Underwood signed with Universal Music Group's Capitol Records Nashville in March 2017. When the Nashville location opened in April 2017, Madame Tussauds unveiled a new statue of Underwood. On the song "Something Greater" from his album, All In (2017), Matthew West collaborated with Underwood, who performed background vocals. The CMA Awards were hosted in November by Underwood and Brad Paisley for their 10th year as hosts. Underwood's twelfth nomination to date was given in the Female Vocalist category. As part of a memorial to the victims of the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival shooting, she sang "Softly and Tenderly" on the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival, garnering acclaim.

On November 17, Underwood unveiled her second concert experience, The Storyteller Tour: Live from Madison Square Garden. Underwood sustained injuries in a fall at home that resulted in a fractured wrist and several facial stitches a few days after the 51st Annual Country Music Association Awards. Following the shooting, Underwood did not make any public appearances for several months.

"The Champion" was Underwood's first commercial duet single starring Ludacris for Super Bowl LII in January 2018. Underwood's first under the pop category is "The Champion." The song debuted at number 47 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, leading to its debut at number three on the Digital Song Sales chart with 61,000 downloads.

In 2017, Underwood met songwriter/producer David Garcia, with whom she began co-producing her latest album. Underwood appeared on stage for the first time since her injury and premiered her latest single "Cry Pretty" at the 53rd Annual ACM Awards on April 15, where she received two nominations; she also received the accolade for Vocal Event of the Year for Keith Urban's "The Fighter" (academic) Award.

She celebrated a decade of being an Opry activist on May 11. Underwood, who has been revived on ABC, returned to American Idol to guide the top five of the season's top five contestants on May 13. With the remaining top five contestants, she performed "Cry Pretty" rather than "See You Again."

The 2018 CMT Music Awards announced four nominations and one winner on May 8. At the ceremony in June, she performed "Cry Pretty" and raised her profile as the artist with the most awards in the show's history. She was nominated for Choice Country Artist and "Cry Pretty" for the Teen Choice Awards, winning Choice Country Artist and Expanding her career for the most awards in the category. Underwood was given the Hero award from the Radio Disney Music Awards in recognition of her humanitarian efforts on June 22. At the awards dinner, She and Ludacris performed "The Champion" together.

Cry Pretty, her sixth studio album, was announced on September 14, 2018. The album's second single, "Love Wins," was announced this week, with the music video debuting on September 11.

Cry Pretty debuted on the Billboard 200 for the first time, establishing several new records on the first attempt. Underwood is the first woman to reach the top of the Billboard 200 chart with four country albums. The first week for any album by a woman and a country album in 2018. This was Underwood's seventh straight album to debut at number one on the Top Country Albums chart. Cry Pretty's debut week was also one of the first weeks to any female in country music at that point. With over 401,000 copies sold, the album became the best-selling solo female album and the seventh best-selling album overall. The album was rated Platinum in February 2020.

At the 46th annual American Music Awards on October 9, Underwood performed "Spinning Bottles," a song from the album, as well as one award for Favorite Female Country Artist.

Brad Paisley and Underwood attended the 52nd Annual Country Music Association Awards on November 14, 2018, where she claimed her fifth award as the CMA's Female Vocalist of the Year. Underwood revealed in May that she would launch the Cry Pretty Tour 360 in May 2019. It was announced that the tour's leg would include a performance at the Glastonbury Festival, as well as five other dates in United Kingdom arenas.

For the 54th Academy of Country Music Awards, Underwood received one award - Female Artist of the Year - on April 7. She appeared on Chrissy Metz, Lauren Alaina, Mickey Guyton, and Maddie & Tae. During the premiere, she performed "Southbound," the official third single from the Cry Pretty album, on display.

Underwood has received two more nominations for the Billboard Music Awards, including Top Country Album for Cry Pretty and Top Female Country Artist, the latter winning the former, taking her total number of wins to 11.

Underwood's video for "Cry Pretty" received a nomination for Video of the Year, while "Love Wins" received a nomination for Female Video of the Year, with the awards broadcast live on June 5 for the 2019 CMT Music Awards. During the show's broadcast, Underwood performed "Southbound" at Centennial Park; the performance was free and open to the public. "Cry Pretty" received Female Video and "Love Wins" took home Female Video, extending Underwood's reign as the show's most coveted artist in the series's history and winning a total of 20 CMT awards. On June 8, Underwood's official music video for "Southbound" premiered on Underwood's YouTube channel.

During the season's finale episode, she returned to American Idol to perform "Southbound." Joan Jett made a surprise appearance on stage on June 7, underwood headlined the second day of CMA Music Fest in Nashville. She appeared at the Glastonbury Festival in July 2019 as part of her Cry Pretty 360 Tour.

For her twelfth year as an ambassador for Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire, Underwood co-hosted the 53rd Annual Country Music Association Awards, this time with Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire. She received her second nomination for Entertainer of the Year and performed "Drinking Alone," the final song from Cry Pretty's collection. Following the galas, Underwood revealed that she would be stepping down as a co-host for the awards.

Underwood received two more American Music Awards on November 24, extending her career as the most coveted artist in the Favorite Album - Country category to Cry Pretty.

Underwood, one of many performers at the 2019 Kennedy Center Honors, paid tribute to recipient Linda Ronstadt by performing two of her songs.

Find Your Path, Underwood's debut book, was published on March 3, 2020, and she appeared on television shows, including Rachael Ray.

She has been nominated for two awards in the 55th Academy of Country Music Awards; Entertainer of the Year and Female Artist of the Year. She later received the award for Entertainer of the Year, and the achievement made her the most coveted woman in that segment. Underwood tied for the first time in history two artists would share the award. Underwood received two awards, including Entertainer of the Year, in her third year, one of the category.

Underwood's longest win in CMT Music Awards history; "Drinking Alone"'s video received two awards, including Video of the Year, as the ceremony aired live on October 21. Underwood hosted her own Apple Radio Show XO Radio in August 2020.

My Gift, her first Christmas album, was released on September 25, 2020. It was her eighth consecutive top-one album on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, debuting at number one on the Top Christian Albums and Top Holiday Albums chart, and at number eight on the Billboard 200. The album debuted at number five on the Billboard 200 later this year. Underwood appeared in and executive produced a holiday special on HBO Max on December 3, 2020, performing all of the songs from My Gift. Underwood's album debuted at number one on the Hot Christian Songs chart, and it was the top-selling new Christmas album of the year. On September 24, 2021, a special edition of the album was released, including a version of "Favorite Time of Year," which had been a number one hit for Underwood during the previous year.

My Savior, a gospel cover album, debuted on Billboard's Top Country Albums and Top Christian Albums charts, and number four on the Billboard 200, marking her ninth consecutive number one. The Ryman Auditorium in Underwood hosted a virtual concert on Easter Sunday, raising over $100,000 for the charity Save the Children.

In December 2020, Spanish singer David Bisbal premiered "Tears of Gold," his duet with Underwood, which was shot in Los Angeles. On April 15, Underwood appeared on television for the first time in 2021's Latin American Music Awards; the pair was named for Best Video of the Year.

Underwood received one nomination for Video of the Year, "Hallelujah" starring John Legend; she performed a medley of songs from My Savior with CeCe Winans as a guest star. At the 2021 CMT Music Awards, the film "Hallelujah" received two nominations and one win.

Underwood received four nominations at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards, with one of them, Top Christian Album for My Gift. In May, Needtobreathe, a duet track with Underwood, and its music video were released. In June, the band appeared for the first time at the CMT Music Awards.

Reflection, Underwood's Las Vegas residency, was launched in December 2021 in partnership with Resorts World Las Vegas. Underwood performed six more shows in April 2022, extending the residency through April 2022 due to high demand.

Underwood appeared on "Only Us" for the 2021 film adaptation of Dear Evan Hansen's soundtrack album, which was released as a single on September 3, 2021. She appeared on the duet single "If I Didn't Love You," with Jason Aldean, the third collaboration of the year for Underwood. The single spent two weeks at number one on Billboard's Country Airplay chart, ranked no. 1 on the Billboard. At the 55th annual Country Music Association awards, Underwood received a nomination for Entertainer of the Year. Underwood received two more accolades at the American Music Awards on November 21, making her one of the most coveted performers in the show's history. At the wedding, she and Aldean performed their duet.

Underwood performed as the closing headliner at Nashville's CMA Summer Jam in July, which included a performance by Dwight Yoakam, with the performance being broadcast in September in lieu of the postponed CMA Music Fest.

Underwood introduced "Stretchy Pants," a comedic holiday single that raises money for qualifying families. On the same day, she was announced as a headliner for ABC's CMA Country Christmas special, which airs on November 29. "Favorite Time of Year" live from Nashville on November 25, as part of Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Underwood was one of several performers for the annual Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting Festival on December 1st. "Let There Be Peace" from My Gift album was one of her two songs, including "Let There Be Peace." When they premiered in April 2022, Underwood received two Grammy nominations for the 64th Grammy Awards, one for Best Gospel Album for My Savior.

Underwood received one ACM award for her performance with Jason Aldean's "If I Didn't Love You," which also included her to perform the song on March 7.

Underwood announced on social media on March 18, 2022, a new single titled "Ghost Story." "Ghost Story" was the lead single from Underwood's ninth studio album, Denim & Rhinestones, which was released on June 10, 2022; the single peaked within the top ten on the Country Airplay.

Underwood received the Grammy Award for Best Roots Gospel Album on April 3, 2022. A tearful Underwood said, "I think it's one of the most important bodies of work I've ever wanted to do throughout my entire career, and I want to." At the premiere, she gave her debut on "Ghost Story" for the first time. Underwood received two awards in two categories, including Video of the Year, for "If I Didn't Love You" with Jason Aldean, extending her tenure as the most coveted artist in the show's history. While being banned several feet above the stage, she gave her second live performance of "Ghost Story" for the second time. Underwood performed with Axl Rose on April 30, underwood headlined the Stagecoach Festival on April 30, 2005. Denim & Rhinestones Tour, which includes 43 towns and first guest Jimmie Allen, was announced on May 16.

Underwood had intended to appear on American Idol's final on May 22 but was forced to cancel due to COVID-19 exposure within the band. She headlined CMA Music Fest on June 11, on day three.

Denim & Rhinestones opened at No. No. On Billboard's Top Albums chart, the tenth top ten album on the chart, selling 31,000 units and marking Underwood's tenth consecutive top ten albums. It debuted at No. 1 in the United States. 2 on Billboard's Top Country Albums, with ten of her top three albums from her career. Underwood appeared at a Guns N' Roses concert in London at the end of June, where she had been promoting the album.

Apple Music released "Underwood's "Ghost Story," "Blown Away," and Ozzy Osbourne's "Mama, I'm Coming Home" on July 15, "I'm always a fan of Ozzy Osbourne, and "I'm Coming Home" is one of Underwood's "Mama, I'm Coming Home" is one of Underwood's most popular songs," Underwood said. Underwood appeared in "I Was Country When Country Wasn't Cool" on July 30, a tribute show for Barbara Mandrell.

Underwood received three nominations for the Country Music Association, including Entertainer of the Year, which was broadcast on November 9, 2022. Vince Gill was one of the many celebrities to be praised for a CMT Giants 90-minute special on September 16, Underwood joined many others to thank him.

Underwood unveiled "Hate My Heart" on social media on October 11, the album's second single, as well as radio on October 31. She was nominated for two of the 50th American Music Awards, which were on display on Nov. 20.


Carrie Underwood, Luke Combs, and Jason Aldean were among the country music celebrities paying their respects to Toby Keith after his death from stomach cancer at the age of 62.'He was a true blue cowboy.', February 6, 2024
Following Toby Keith's tragic death from stomach cancer at the age of 62, Carrie Underwood paid an emotional tribute on Tuesday. After fighting the disease with 'grace and humour,' the singer died 'fully' on Monday night, aged 62. According to a tweet, he was "surrounded by his family."

At 62, Toby Keith died at a funeral in honor of a country singing hero who died of stomach cancer as fans honor the 'last true cowboy,' whose music brought'much joy to many.', February 6, 2024
After fighting stomach cancer with 'grace and courage,' Toby Keith (left) died 'peacefully' on Monday night, aged 62. A note from right said he was'surrounded by his family.' With fans raving over his 'great talent' and songs that have brought'much joy to so many people,' the performer (pictured top inset with Carrie Underwood) has left a lasting impression on the country's music market.' Mourners have also praised him as a "true patriot" and a "true American patriot" who loved veterans and demonstrated "amazing love" for US troops. Keith, (pictured inset with Blake Shelton), who has been known for his overt patriotism on post 9/11 songs and boisterous barroom hits, is a central figure in country music.

In a viral TikTok video with his American Idol star daughter, the eighties pop star appears unrecognizable... after quitting fame to become a tutor, December 9, 2023
In a TikTok video, an 80s pop star looked completely unrecognizable. His father regularly posts videos with him on YouTube, and fans were shocked to see him on the web.

Carrie Underwood Gives Birth To Her Second Child With Mike Fisher!, January 23, 2019

Aww!! The little one is here!! It was revealed that Carrie Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher welcomed their second child on Monday! The starlet announced her pregnancy in early August, while also adding she’s going on tour in 2019! Related: Carrie’s Comments On Having Children After 35 Divides Fans And on Wednesday, the songstress shared the very first look at their son, while also revealing his name. See her announcement (below):

Jacob Bryan Fisher entered the world in the wee hours of the morning on Monday…his mom, dad and big brother couldn’t be happier for God to trust them with taking care of this little miracle! Our hearts are full, our eyes are tired and our lives are forever changed. Life is good

Carrie Underwood Celebrates 8 Years Of Marriage To Mike Fisher With Gushy Post!, July 11, 2018

They are rock solid!! Carrie Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher celebrated their 8-year wedding anniversary on Tuesday, and the country singer uploaded the most darling tribute on Instagram! Related: Here’s How You Can Get Carrie’s Sexy Legs! Alongside two pictures, the 35-year-old shared:

“Here’s to 8 years, babe! Where does the time go?! I love you today more than yesterday…which was more than the day before…and so on and so forth. Here’s to many more years together! ❤️ you!”