Carrie Underwood: Object of Desire

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No kidding. We've been saying that for like years.

But Elle Magazine has apparently jumped on board this month, with Carrie Underwood on the cover of its "Objects of Desire" issue. Appropriate, for sure.

In the magazine, the former American Idol winner talks romances past (Tony Romo) and present (Travis Stork). More importantly, she looks amazing:

Object of Desire
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Carrie Underwood is one Elle of a cover girl.

On the subject of Tony Romo, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback now dating Jessica Simpson, and who Carrie said still called her periodically, she says:

"It was just something that was said in passing. I haven't talked to him since, like, May. I would never say anything to hurt anybody or to stir up anything because I'm just not about drama – at all. I might be mad too if somebody said my boyfriend was calling some other girl. So I can definitely see where [she] would be coming from."

While Carrie Underwood has more recently been linked to Travis Stork, a former star of The Bachelor, the singer says she is not one to kiss and tell.

"If I say I am [dating someone] or I'm not, as soon as this magazine comes out, it might be the opposite of what I tell you now. In three months, it'll be 'Carrie said she's not dating anybody,' yet last night, I was out on the town with some guy. He's going to get mad at me. Everybody's going to think I'm a liar. It's just best not to go there."


Carrie Underwood Biography

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Carrie Underwood, a native of Checotah, Oklahoma, rose to fame when she was named the winner of American Idol Season 4. Then Carrie... More »
Checotah, Oklahoma
Full Name
Carrie Marie Underwood

Carrie Underwood Quotes

I feel more beautiful when I see the pictures after. I'm like, 'I wish I had felt like I looked like that when I was actually there.'

Carrie Underwood

I’m content with 90 percent of me. I like my teeth. Sometimes I wonder if my orthodontist realizes how important he was.

Carrie Underwood