Carrie Underwood Attends Sunday Night Football Game
Carrie Underwood attended last night’s game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Las Vegas Raiders. Although she’s been doing the “Sunday Night Football” theme song for years, this was her first time attending a Sunday night NFL game. Carrie posted a few clips from the evening, one where she sits in her box seat and waves to fans as the announcer says in part, “First time she’s been at a Sunday Night Football game, so we invited her into our production truck,” where she watched her intro with the producers.
Underwood captioned the Instagram post, “Had a blast at the @snfonnbc game tonight @allegiantstadium with @collinsworthpff, @miketiriconbc and all the amazing fans! Thanks for having me!”
Carrie also played a sold-out show of her Reflection Residency in Las Vegas over the weekend. She posted a handful of photos from the performance on Instagram and wrote, “Another incredible night in fabulous #LasVegas @resortsworldlv !!! Thanks for always being so great to us! #REFLECTION #SaturdayNight.”
Underwood released the Deluxe Edition of her Denim & Rhinestones album last week (9/22). The album has six new tracks – five new songs, including “Drunk And Hungover.” Underwood’s current song on country radio, “Out Of That Truck,” plus a special live version of “She Don’t Know,” recorded live during Carrie’s recent tour.
Carrie told us of the new deluxe album, “I like to think of the extra songs that we added for Denim & Rhinestones, for the Deluxe Edition is just an extension of Denim & Rhinestones as a whole. I definitely wanted all the songs to fit with the rest of the body of work, but it’s just more. It’s more denim. It’s more rhinestones. I feel like the vibe was so cool, and I just enjoyed this era so much that I just wanted to keep it going.”
She added of the album, “I love the song ‘Denim & Rhinestones,’ first and foremost, but I thought there was just something so cool about the title of it that is very me, that I wanted to name my album Denim & Rhinestones. When you think of denim and rhinestones, you think of the staples in your closet, the things that are reliable, the things that are comfortable, that you always feel good in them.”