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Kelly Clarkson vs. Carrie Underwood: Who's the Best Rapper?
Kelly Clarkson are both American Idol champions. They possess two of the best singing voices in the business.
They're pretty and down to earth and have really cute kids and... oh, this too: they can rap!
Carrie Underwood Raps, Covers "See You Again" in Concert
CMT Awards: Who Took Home the Gold?!?
Carrie Underwood made history at the CMT Awards on Wednesday night.
The beloved former American Idol champion earned three trophies at the event, including Female Video of the Year for "Something In the Water" and Collaborative Video of the Year (with Miranda Lambert) for "Somethin' Bad."
Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood Rip ObamaCare in CMA Awards Intro
CMA Awards hosts Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood tore into ObamaCare during their comedic and musical intro on Wednesday night's telecast.
The duo poked fun at Miley Cyrus, Luke Bryan, and Dolly Parton, but their best jabs may have come at the faulty Affordable Care Act website's expense.
Carrie Underwood to Perform at Emmy Awards During 50th Anniversary Tribute
In addition NBC's Sunday Night Football theme song, country superstar Carrie Underwood can be seen at the Emmy Awards this Sunday night on CBS.
The six-time Grammy Award winner will perform during a special tribute honoring the 50th anniversary of 1963 television milestones. Why is that significant?
Carrie Underwood Debuts Sunday Night Football Theme Song
With Faith Hill busy worrying about Tim McGraw being gay, Carrie Underwood took over last night as the voice of Sunday night football on NBC.
The gorgeous Grammy winner and former American Idol championed open the network's coverage of the NFL - specifically this week's Giants/Cowboys game - by telling viewers that she's also been waiting all day for Sunday night, while hitting some impressive high notes and being her generally awesome self.
Carrie Underwood Dedicates CMT Awards Performance to Oklahoma Tornado Victims
Carrie Underwood may have won big last night at the 2013 CMT Awards.
But it wasn't the Video of the Year trophy in her arms that folks were talking about after the show ended. It was her moving tribute to the victims of last month's Oklahoma tornado.