What do you give to the country singer who has everything?
If you are Miranda Lambert you give duet partner Carrie Underwood a motorcycle.
NBC's "Sound of Music Live!" was begging for a "Saturday Night Live" spoof, and over the weekend the sketch show delivered.
Recruiting two old favorites - Kristen Wiig and Fred Armisen - "SNL's" cold open was a "condensed" version of the mainly hate-watched but ratings bonanza that was Thursday's three-hour musical event.
Singer Carrie Underwood has become more akin to an "American Hero" to Oklahomans recovering from this week's deadly tornado.
The 30-year-old OK native (and season 4 "American Idol" champ) has donated $1 million to the Red Cross for disaster relief, which will aid those rebuilding after Monday's monstrous twister decimated the town of Moore, Oklahoma. The sum was generated by proceeds from her "Blown Away" tour.
Some of you were caught off guard by the light show Carrie Underwood put on during her Grammys performance Sunday.
She used, of all things, her dress to make it happen.
Raindrops on roses, whiskers on kittens and Carrie Underwood as Maria?
On Friday, NBC announced its plans to air a live broadcast of “The Sound of Music,” starring Underwood as Maria, based on the original musical.
“American Idol" is marking its 10th year with the help of some very famous voices.
Each of the singing competition's winners — plus a few other favorite contestants — will be featured on the upcoming record “American Idol 10th Anniversary – The Hits.”
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the album, which drops March 15, includes songs by champs like Kelly Clarkson, Ruben Studdard, and Carrie Underwood as well as fan favorites like Adam Lambert and Daughtry, all recorded in their post-"Idol" careers.
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