Carrie Underwood may have been Blown Away by a tornado made from special effects in the music video for her smash song of the same name, but when it comes to the real life consequences of such a devastating force a nature, she's wasted no time jumping right into action!
In the wake of the lost lives and mass destruction at the hands of the tornados that ravaged Oklahoma, the country superstar has followed in the footsteps of Kevin Durant, Blake Shelton and countless other heroes by donating $100 MILLION to the American Red Cross for relief efforts in her native state!
She says in a statement:
Carrie Underwood has previously mentioned how she's not ready for children.
But whether or not she's ready - she realizes that sometimes you can have a kid by accident!
Here's what Carrie had to say about her accidental conception:
She's probably right, but we would still love for her to have them!
Carrie Underwood talked a little about if she wanted children or not when she sat down in her latest interview.
And although we totally agree with her decision - we still can't get the thought of how cute her babies would look if she ever decided to have them!
Here's what she said:
Rejoice! The pageant hair is GONE!
Carrie Underwood is sleek and stunning on the cover of Marie Claire's June issue, looking like a Southern belle who spent the last couple of years in New York.
Though still teased and voluminous, the singer's hair is much chicer than usual as she poses behind the wheel of a convertible in a pink and black Michael Kors tube dress.
The inside spread features ethereal, soft-focused shots of the 30-year-old in Giambattista Valli, Burberry Prorsum, and Oscar de la Renta.
And, no, the looks are definitely not a huge departure from signature Carrie style, but they're definitely easy on the eyes!
[Image via Regan Cameron/Marie Claire]
Just another reason why you don't mess with Carrie Underwood!!!
A couple of weeks ago we reported how Carrie was pissed about an ag gag bill getting passed by Tennessee lawmakers.
The ag gag bill would've made it basically impossible for animals rights activists to secretly document abuse.
Carrie was so mad back then she said she would show up at Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam's house if it was passed!
Well, Bill made sure that didn't happen.
His office has released this statement:
Prepare to frolic among Austria's flower dappled hills in so much excitement, cause NBC's LIVE television production of Sound of Music starring the lovely Carrie Underwood has secured a date!
We found out at the end of last year that the country crooner would play the show's leading lady AKA Maria, but now we can breathe easy knowing that this epic sounding 3 hour live spectacle will beam into our homes Thursday, Dec 5.
Just what we need to get us into the holiday spirit!
Hmm, we wonder who will play the dashing Mr. Von Trapp…
Oh man, we would LOVE it if Hugh Jackman got in on the action!
Hey, if he can do the character of Jean Valjean justice, he'd be an X-ellent choice for Sound of Music's leading man!
[Image via WENN.]
Ginnifer Goodwin has stepped up and is voicing her opposition to the ag gag bill in Tennessee.
She joins the likes of Carrie Underwood in her plea for Tenn. Governor Bill Haslam to veto the bill.
If you haven't heard somehow, in Tennessee there's a bill trying to make it so animal abuse whistleblowers have to turn their evidence over to police within 48 hours of learning of the abuse or risk facing charges themselves.
The whole point of this bill is to make it so farm industry abuse is harder to document because two days isn't enough time to document ongoing, systemic abuse.