Umuulan lagi ng pics ni Carrie
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grabe ang daming bagong pics! nanood ako ng Oscars last monday pero hindi ko nakita si Carrie....umasa **** ako...btw, nakakaaliw naman ang pics nya lalo na dun sa pic na naka shades ** ang cool at rocker chick *** ** with bones skull print in her jacket love it!
David Cook- Don't Try To Be, Just Be [Carrie Mention]
Speaking of strong “Idol” talent, the Internet is still buzzing about David’s duet with Carrie Underwood at the opening of the Idol Experience at Walt Disney World. “Carrie’s been great on a personal level, just helping me since she’s been through this,” David told me when I asked about the duet. “And we share an Oklahoma connection.” So what was he thinking when he took the stage with her? “I was just thinking, don’t trip her up,” he said, only half joking. David said he’d love to sing with her again if the opportunity could get worked out.
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Billboard Chart Beat 02/26
TWICE-'TOLD' TALE: Given Carrie Underwood's track record on Hot Country Songs, it won't be a surprise if her latest single "I Told You So" (19/Arista) goes all the way to No. 1. The song climbs 14-13 this week.
If "I Told You So" does move into the penthouse, it will be the second visit for this song. The original by Randy Travis spent two weeks on top in June 1988.
Carrie Underwood and Randy Travis Honor Each Other
By now, everyone has seen Carrie Underwood’s flawless performance of Randy Travis‘ 1988 hit “I Told You So” on the Grand Ole Opry. But have you seen his from all those years ago?
It’s very simple — just Travis (looking a lot like Matt Damon, I might add) and his guitar. He sings the song not with a smile but with a more pensive demeanor. And so does Underwood in hers. She’s not bubbly, she’s not dancing, she’s not all over the stage with a cordless microphone. I love that. It’s like she respects the song too much to add anything unnecessary.
The best part, though, is the end. Even if you shut your eyes, when Underwood squeals “Ohmygod,” you know something really special is happening. That’s when Travis sneaks up behind her. And when she notices the standing ovation, she says, “I thought you guys were standing up for me.” It’s so spontaneous and so genuine. And it gets better. Like when she is just saying whatever pops into her head, and she tells Travis to erase her performance from his memory. To which he says, “That song is far better suited for your vocals than mine. That’s a better performance than I will ever do of that song. Thank you. I’m honored.”
What is so moving, I think, about a country music moment like this is that Underwood and Travis both seem equally honored. He to have her sing that song so beautifully. And she to have him join her on the Opry stage. Twenty years may have passed between the two videos, but a well-crafted song is always timeless.
Phil Stacey Blog: A rough night for Round Two [Carrie Mention]
That being said, only a couple really shined; one was Allison Iraheta. And she chose an "Idol" big voice standard –- “Alone” by Heart. Unfortunately for Allison, I still remember Carrie Underwood's performance of the same song in Season 4. And when you are stacked against one of the greatest voices in the music industry, it’s hard to compete. But she did pull it out and I will be very surprised if she does not make it through this round.
Top 40 Country Singles Reviews
Carrie Underwood - "I Told You So"
Some people have all the luck. Isn't stunning good looks enough? Does she have to be musically talented too? Spread the good fortune around, would ya? With the major success of her second album Carnival Ride, Carrie Underwood has solidified her status as country music superstar. Plus, being inducted in the Grand Old Opry doesn't hurt. Every thing this girl touches turns to gold!
"I Told You So" is the fifth single from Carrie Underwood's double-platinum sophomore album, which has already produced four number one country hits. The song sounded familiar when I first heard it. I thought to myself, "Wow, what a great song. It sounds so much like an old-school country tune." Then I realized it WAS an old-school country tune. Carrie Underwood's new single is a cover of Randy Travis' 1988 number one hit, "I Told You So". The song was great in 1988, and it's just as great now. Underwood's bombastic vocals fit the song just as well, if not better than Travis' low moan. The only thing I have against her version of "I Told You So" is that I can't honestly believe that Carrie Underwood has lived this song. It's fathomable that Randy Travis experienced it, but she is less believable. Having wrote the song, Randy Travis' version is more personal, and it shows in his performance.
Favorite Lyric: "I told you so/ But you had to go/ Now I found somebody new and you will never break my heart in two again"