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I. Biography of Carrie Underwood
Introduction

Early Life

Major Accomplishments and Awards

Personal Life

Recent Events

Public Statements

Trivia

Conclusion

Sources and Additional Reading

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I.

Biography of Carrie
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Introduction

From Oklahoma small town girl to platinum recording artist, Carrie Underwood has
transformed before America's eyes like a character in a modern fairy tale. Though Carrie
began singing at the precocious age of three in her church choir, by the time she was
twenty-one, a career in singing was far from her mind. Instead, the college senior was
looking forward to graduation and pursuing a career in broadcast journalism.

One fateful day in 2004, though, Carrie looked up the audition locations for the fourth
season of American idol. With no professional singing experience, Carrie was certain she
would not be chosen to go to Hollywood. Much to her surprise, however, judges Paula
Abdul, Simon Cowell, and Randy Jackson loved the country sound of the small town girl. In
2005, Carrie breezed through the competition to become the fourth American Idol.

The fairytale wasn't quite over yet. Since her American Idol victory, Underwood has
become one of the biggest names in country music, making three platinum albums.
Underwood has won multiple Billboard Awards, Country Music Awards, American Music
Awards, and five Grammy Awards. She has crisscrossed North America several times,
performing in front of sold-out crowds to millions of fans.

Like a true Cinderella story, Underwood went through a physical makeover and found
true love. Through diet and exercise, Carrie has maintained a healthy lifestyle that
allowed her to shed extra weight and keep it off. In 2010, Carrie married hockey player
Mike Fisher. The couple keeps a low profile out of the spotlight.

Carrie's vocal talent and girl-next-door looks have made her a country music darling. With
each new album Carrie sweeps the music awards ceremonies. With her strong work ethic
and steady personal life, Carrie continues to be the most successful American Idol to
date.

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Early Life

Carrie Marie Underwood was born March 10, 1983 in Muskogee, Oklahoma. She was
raised with her two older sisters, Shanna and Stephanie, in Checotah, Oklahoma. Her
mother, Carole Underwood, was a schoolteacher. Her father, Stephen Underwood,
operated a local sawmill. Her small town roots have been a point of fascination for some
in the entertainment industry. After all, her town's population is a scant 3,500 people.
Carrie recalls, "People look at me like I must be a country bumpkin…I'll do interviews, and
everybody's like, 'Oh, ha-ha, do you milk cows? Did you have chickens?' I've never milked
a cow in my entire life."

Though Carrie never imagined she would enjoy a successful career in singing, she began
performing at the tender of three. She was part of the choir at the Free Will Baptist
Church in her hometown. Carrie also took guitar and piano lesions. Her performances at
church eventually caught the attention of people in the music industry. At thirteen years
old, she was flown to Nashville to meet with executives at Capitol Records. Plans for her
record deal fell through, and she gave up on her career in singing. Carrie says that she is
happy that she had a normal childhood.

Looking back at her childhood, Carrie has said that the hardest years for her were junior
high school. The transition from elementary school to junior high involved more adult
friendships and romantic relationships that were hard for her to navigate at first.
Underwood explains, "[W]hen you are little, everyone is your friend and you are
everybody else's friend. You don't really know any better! But when you get older, things
start getting a little weird. Boys start getting weird. Everybody starts growing up. You're
not really a kid anymore and you're not an adult. Things are just different."

Eventually, though, Underwood found her stride and enjoyed junior high and high school.
She kept active by playing softball and cheerleading. Her social life revolved around
family, friends and church. She says she knew that some teens were off partying and
drinking, but that she herself was not a wild child. Underwood graduated from Checotah
High School with honors, and enrolled in Northeastern State University in Oklahoma.

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By the time Carrie was in college, she had made the decision to choose a practical career
path. Singing was a dream that Carrie relegated to childhood. At Northeastern State
University, Carrie concentrated on a degree in journalism. Underwood worked part-time
at a pizzeria and interned with Oklahoma State Representative Bobby Frame.

Underwood wasn't all work and no play. In fact, Carrie joined the Sigma Sigma Sigma
sorority, also known as TriSigma, at Northeastern State. TriSigma offered Carrie an
avenue to meet friends and engage in philanthropic works nearby her school. Carrie also
competed in a few local beauty pageants, and was named Miss NSU runner-up in 2004.

During her last year at Northeastern State University, Carrie auditioned for the fourth
season of American Idol. Underwood says that though she has not taken the professional
route she originally envisioned for herself, her degree still comes in handy. She says, "It
helps me when answering questions, especially on camera, because that's what I'm used
to. I know what the reporters are looking for and I also know when they're trying to make
me say something bad. They'll ask me some hot button question, something to get myself
in trouble!"

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Major Accomplishments and
Awards

Carrie Underwood never believed she would have a successful career in country music.
Though she performed at her church and for talent shows, Carrie did not have big
dreams to be a professional singer. However, after the success of American Idol's first
three seasons, she couldn't resist looking up auditions for the fourth season. The nearest
audition was held eight hours away in St. Louis, Missouri, and her mother agreed to drive
Carrie. Looking back, Underwood says that had she never auditioned, she would have
spent her whole life wondering what could have happened.

On August 8, 2004, Carrie and her mother showed up in St. Louis for her American Idol
audition at 8AM. Underwood sang "Phones are Ringing All Over Town," a song made
famous by country signer Martina McBride. Underwood was called back the next day to
perform a song for the show's producer. Finally, Carrie sang a Bonnie Raitt tune, "I Can't
Make You Love Me," in front of American Idol judges Paula Abdul, Simon Cowell and
Randy Jackson.

Her performance in St. Louis catalyzed her career in singing. Her next stop was
Hollywood, where she would duke it out with other contestants to become the next
American idol. In Esquire's article, "Carrie Underwood: What I've Learned," Carrie
describes her trip to California. "I was so nervous when I was on my way to L. A. I'd never
been on a plane, and I was going alone. I kind of got teary-eyed. My dad was driving, and
he said, "If you want to go home, we can go home, and you never have to think about
this again." And I thought, if I don't go, I'm choosing for this not to happen. It will be my
choice. So I figured it would be easier for me to get kicked off American Idol than to have
it be my own decision."

To Underwood's surprise, she was not "kicked off." Instead, Carrie shined each week,
impressing both the judges and her fans. In fact, by the time the contestants had been
whittled down to the final eleven singers, notoriously snarky judge Simon Cowell predicted

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that Carrie Underwood would win the competition. After her rendition of Heart's song,
"Alone," Cowell remarked, "Carrie, you're not just the girl to beat, you're the person to
beat. I will make a prediction, not only will you win this competition, but you will sell more
records than any other previous 'Idol' winner!"

On May 25, 2005 Carrie Underwood was voted the fourth American Idol, beating rocker
Bo Bice. As 30 million viewers watched, Carrie cried upon receiving the news. She was
guaranteed a recording contract and a chance to make it big in the music industry. All
Carrie had to do was prove she could survive as an artist beyond the mania surrounding
American Idol.

Carrie did not have a lot of time to savor her success, because her new record label
wanted to strike while the iron was hot. Arista Records made sure that Carrie's first
single, "Inside Your Heaven," hit the radio by June, 2005. The single was number one on
Billboard's Hot 100 and remained there for seven weeks. It was soon apparent that
Underwood had star power beyond reality television.

Underwood's first album, Some Hearts, was released in November 2005, and has since
been certified platinum seven times over. With over seven million copies sold, Some
Hearts is the best selling country album since purchase records were kept by the industry
in 1991. Some Hearts was the best selling album in the United States in 2006, and the top
country album in 2006 and 2007. Carrie's first album produced several hit singles,
including "Inside Your Heaven," "Jesus Take the Wheel," "Before He Cheats," "Don't Forget
to Remember Me," and "Wasted."

Some Hearts won Underwood more accolades than any previous American Idol winner.
At the Billboard Awards, Underwood won Song of the Year and Top Selling Country Single
for "Inside Your Heaven." The Country Music Association awarded Carrie the Best New
Artist and Female Vocalist of the Year awards. The 2006 American Music Awards honored
her with Favorite Female Country Artist. Carrie released more singles from Some Hearts
in 2006, and swept the Country Music Awards and Country Music Television Awards
during the 2007 season as well. Carrie was nominated for four Grammy Awards in 2007,
and won for Best New Artist and Best Female Country Performance with "Jesus Take the
Wheel." Carrie toured North America throughout 2006 to promote her album.

After the success of her first album, the pressure was on to create a hit sophomore
record. Carrie chose to be more active in the songwriting process, working with famous
country songwriters in Nashville, Tennessee. Underwood released Carnival Ride in
October of 2007. The album was an instant success, and went on to sell over three million

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copies. The album's hit singles include "So Small," "All American Girl," "Last Name," and
"Just a Dream." Underwood became the second woman in country music history to
release two consecutive albums that released three number one singles each. The other
woman to achieve this feat is Shania Twain.

Underwood's Carnival Ride won her numerous awards. The Billboard Awards honored her
with both Artist of the Year and Country Artist of the Year. Underwood also won three
American Music Awards for Carnival ride, including Artist of the Year. She co-hosted the
Country Music Awards with fellow country singer Brad Paisley, and won Female Vocalist of
the year for the third year in a row. Underwood won two Grammy Awards, including Best
Female Country Vocal Performance for "Last Name." Carrie headlined a tour entitled
"Carnival Ride" to promote her album.

In 2008, Underwood was invited by Randy Travis to become a member of the Grand Ole
Opry. Garth Brooks had the honor of presenting her with the prestigious award. Though
Carrie was a seasoned veteran at awards ceremonies, this particular award brought her
to tears. Underwood accepted the membership award, stating, "This is going to have a
very special place in my awards case…I want to thank everybody at the Opry for having
me as part of your family because it is such a great family to be a part of…it really means
everything to me. I am so blessed."

When her Carnival Ride tour concluded, Underwood headed back to the studio to write
and record her third album. Play On was released in November of 2009. Like her
preceding albums, Play On was well received by both fans and music critics. Underwood’s
hit singles from Play On include "Cowboy Casanova," "Temporary Home," "Undo It," and
"Mama's Song." Play On has sold over two million copies, making it a certified double-
platinum album. Carrie toured across North America to sold-out crowds and sang to over
a million fans.

Continuing the precedent set by her previous two albums, Play On won numerous
awards. At the 2010 Academy of Country Music Awards. Underwood became the first
female artist to win Entertainer of the Year for the second time. At the American Music
Awards, Play On won for Best Country Album. Underwood also received a Grammy Award
for her single "Temporary Home."

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Personal Life

Though Carrie Underwood's albums sure have given music lovers plenty of material to
talk about, her personal life is less exciting. Despite her meteoric rise to fame and the
pressure of winning a national singing competition, Carrie has kept her life on a steady,
happy course. Carrie continually impresses her fans with her evenness of temper and
discipline.

Since Carrie grew up in the South, people assumed she loved eating deep-fried foods and
a variety of meats. In fact, one of the aspects of Carrie's life that fascinated her fans is
that she has been a vegetarian since she was a teenager. She considers her choice a
philosophical one, rather than a health issue. Carrie explains, "I quit eating beef when I
was about thirteen. I kind of phased everything out, so it took a few years actually. I do it
because I really love animals and it just makes me sad."

Living a vegetarian lifestyle in the South was not easy. Even though she never tried to
convince others to become vegetarians, she still ruffled feathers at home and in her
community. Underwood said, "I mean, my family, they all eat meat and I don't ever try to
sway their opinions, but it's hard sometimes, especially because I live in the South and I
did grow up in a farming community. I've had people approach my parents and they'll
say, "I hear your daughter is a vegetarian. What's she doing? That's how we make a
living." Carrie continues her vegetarian lifestyle today.

One of the few controversies Underwood has experienced came early in her career.
Fresh off her American Idol win, Carrie underwent an image makeover. Specifically, she
lost twenty pounds. Fans of the Underwood worried that she would take her weight loss
too far, and thought it would set a bad example for her young fans. Underwood, however,
did not lose more weight, and has maintained her weight loss for the past five years.

Underwood attributes her healthy weight loss to frequent exercise and a healthy diet. She
keeps a food journal and avoids eating room service or fast foods. She says "It would be
very easy to just go eat that all the time. But if I don't know what's in it, I don't eat it.
That's my rule." Instead, Carrie often shops at local grocery stores when she is on tour.

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The only topic more interesting to gossip columnists than weight fluctuations is a star's
love life. Like all young, attractive women in the business, Carrie's love life has been
under scrutiny since she became famous. In 2007, Carrie was linked to Dallas Cowboys
player Tony Romo. He accompanied her to several awards shows, and they were seen
out together frequently. Later, Underwood and Gossip Girl actor Chace Crawford had a
brief romance in 2008. Although Carrie and Chace met each other's families, the
relationship was never serious.

After dating Chace, Underwood took a break from the dating scene. When she was
promoting her second album, Carnival Ride, she had been single for over a year. She
said, "My problem now is figuring out what kind of person I should date. I've tried normal
guys, but I think it would take a very special everyday guy to understand what I do and be
secure in that. Maybe it would be better to be with someone in the industry."

Although Carrie devoted herself to her music for a while, it wasn't long before her
another suitor entered the picture. At one of her concerts in 2008, she met Canadian
hockey star Mike Fisher. The two were instantly smitten, and maintained a long distance
relationship while he trained in Canada and she toured the United States. In December
2009, they were engaged, and they married the next summer on July 10. Fisher was soon
transferred from Canada to the Nashville Predators hockey team. They have remained
quietly married, and do not talk about their love life to the press.

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Recent Events

After the success of Play On, Underwood once again returned to the studios to make a
fourth studio album. Recorded in 2011, the album is set for release in May of 2012. The
album's first single, "Good Girl," was available for purchase on iTunes beginning on the
24th of February, 2012. "Good Girl" began playing on country radio stations February
27th, 2012. Underwood's upcoming album is among the highest anticipated records of
2012.

Carrie has occupied her time in-between albums with several high profile performances.
She recently performed with current American Idol judge and Aerosmith singer Steven
Tyler for the Country Music Television show Crosswords during the Pepsi Super Bowl Jam.
The show was the highest rated Crossroads program in seven years. Carrie also
collaborated with music legend Tony Bennet at the 54th Grammy Awards, singing, "It Had
to be You."

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Public Statements

“I never wanted to be a wild kid. I didn't go to a party-not one-in high school. I rarely went
to the movies. I respected my parents and I had great friends. I was lucky. We did a lot of
church activities. After prom one year, we went bowling. There were the bad kids in
school who partied all the time, but none of my close friends did.”

– Carrie explains her happy, calm teenage years growing up in Oklahoma.

"I love sporting events and popcorn and pizza and being outside, like at a baseball or
football game. I love amusement parks, going to ride roller coasters. I also love – not all
the time, but occasionally – getting really dressed up and going on a proper date, where
he picks you up and you're wearing a nice dress and you both smell real nice, and you
made a big effort to get looking pretty for this person."

– As an attractive young singer, Carrie is often asked to describe her ideal date night.

"Because I'm quiet, [my] shyness can be taken wrong. I'm really even-keeled. I get
excited about stuff, but I'm such a thinker and a processor that if somebody comes up to
me with good news, I'm like, "Oh, cool." I'm processing, but I think sometimes [because]
I'm quiet and shy, I can be misperceived and taken as I'm not very nice. I think somebody
has to be really close to me to understand… I really need to work on that because I don't
want people to just know what they see. I would really like to, of course, keep the super-
private stuff super-private but kind of let people into my world."

– Carrie explains the most common misconceptions she thinks people have about her.

“But I have no clue why I did that. I was terrified of graduating college and not knowing
what I was going to do. I saw the auditions for Idol and thought, Why not? I always liked to
sing. You know when they asked, "Are you the next American Idol?" I said yes, but I didn't
mean it. [Laughs.] I was thinking, I don't know. Probably not! Don't know why I'm here!
But I see these things on E! True Hollywood Story that say, She knew she was going to be
a star. She would do anything to get to the top. That wasn't me at all.”

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– Carrie still isn't quite sure what made her decide to audition for American Idol.

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Trivia

Underwood delivered a speech at her high school graduation ceremony with an
interesting accessory. Her high school principal explains, "She was playing softball and
ended up with a black eye, and maybe even a broken nose," Keeter said. "You might
look at her and think she's real delicate, but she's no sissy. She just came up and gave
that speech and kept going."

During her audition for American Idol in St. Louis, Missouri, the panel of judges asked
Carrie if she had any talents besides singing. She promptly began to do her chicken
clucking imitations, which made the judges laugh.

If Carrie could have dinner with anyone, living or dead, she would like to have dinner
with her family. More specifically, the family she never had a chance to meet, like her
great-grandparents.

Carrie loves horror movies. She cites Friday the 13th, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,
and Halloween as some of her favorite films. Even though they give her nightmares,
she cannot resist watching them.

When asked what the craziest thing a fan has ever given her, Carrie responded, "This
isn't crazy – it's crazy fun. I recently got a gift certificate to skydive. He told me he was
going off to be in the military. He said, "This is the last thing I'm going to get to come
to, so I bought you a present."

Carrie admits that she spends a lot of money on makeup. She buys $400-500 worth of
makeup every time she enters Sephora. She especially loves to shop at malls.

Carrie is very close with her sisters and her mother. Though she misses home while
she is on tour, she calls home everyday.

Carrie loves dark chocolate; She lists it under her guilty pleasures.

Carrie cites stubbornness as her worst character flaw.

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Carrie would love for Reese Witherspoon to portray her in a biopic of her life.

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Conclusion

The sky is the limit for Carrie Underwood. If her next album is anything like her first three
albums, she will be releasing hit single after hit single. It is expected that she will embark
on a national tour to promote her fourth studio record. Fans should expect to hear
Underwood's new album, along with some of their favorite songs from previous records.

For the most part, Carrie's steady approach to life has kept her out of the tabloids.
However, Carrie will continue to speak openly about healthy living and her "secrets" to
keeping her slim figure. Since Carrie is active in various charities, it is expected that she
will continue to donate to her favorite causes, such as her school district back in
Oklahoma.

Carrie is so busy with work that she has no plans to start a family quite yet. Instead, she
and her husband plan to enjoy each other's company. Children are in their future plans.
Carrie explains, "Right now, [Mike is] gone all the time, so it just wouldn't be fair to either
one of us as parents – or to our child – if it was like, 'Well, sorry little baby, you're not
going to see your dad for a few months cause mommy's got to go on the road and
neither one of us are willing to bend on what we do right now."

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Sources and Additional Reading

People, Carrie Underwood Biography
PBS, It's My Life, Carrie Underwood
Esquire, Carrie Underwood: What I've Learned
Just for Kidz Magazine, Who is Your Idol?
Opry, Carrie Underwood Inducted As Newest Member of the Opry by Garth Brook
WebMD, Carrie Underwood's Secret to Healthy Living
Glamour Magazine, Carrie Underwood
The Boot, Carrie Underwood Interview: 11 Questions
Access Hollywood, Is Motherhood In The Cards For Carrie Underwood?
MSNBC, Carrie Underwood Has Her Town Talking
Cosmopolitan, Fun Fearless Singing Sensation: Carrie Underwood
CMT, Carrie Underwood Insider Interview
The Boot, Carrie Underwood Helps Hometown Schools in Need
Carrie Underwood, The Official Website

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