Carrie Underwood Admits To Real Life Revenge On Ex-Boyfriend
Carrie Underwood revealed in a recent interview that she got revenge on a cheating boyfriend in her 20s. In the interview, Carrie talked about her revenge-fueled songs like “Before He Cheats” and admitted a real-life betrayal inspired her songs.
Underwood answered “Yes” when asked if a boyfriend had ever been unfaithful to her in a relationship. Carrie said, “I mean, at the time, I was young. I was in my 20s. I was in college, and I feel like that was a very big moment where it was like, ‘I really thought I knew this person, and it turns out I really did not know this person at all.'”
She also found a little revenge in her own success. Carrie said, “I don’t think about it that much anymore, but you know, earlier in my career, I would sometimes be thinking about, like, ‘He’s probably in the grocery store check-out line, and I’m on a magazine.’ You know?” She added, “There’s a little pettiness in there.”
Underwood attended last week’s Janet Jackson concert in Nashville, where her friend and one-time duet partner Ludacris was the opening act. Carrie posted several clips of the show on her Insta stories.
Before the show, Underwood stepped backstage to present Ludacris a special plaque commemorating a big milestone in the success of her and Luda’s 2018 duet, “The Champion.” She posted a clip of the moment on her Instagram. In the video, Ludacris says, “I have a great and humble announcement, we just got double platinum plaques for my girl Carrie Underwood. ‘The Champion’ song has gone double platinum.”
Ludacris turns to Underwood, who is in a baseball hat standing next to him, and says, “Congratulations.” Luda asks her, “How do you feel about this? This is a monument.” She replies, “I feel good; I feel like it’s just the beginning.” He says, “It’s just the beginning; thank you for putting me on this record, and thanks to all the fans who have supported and loved and have taken this to heart. Thank you. We couldn’t do it without you.” Carrie says, “Whoohoo.”
See that post here.