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The 'Blown Away' singer reveals she's pregnant with her first child by posting a photo of herself and her dogs to social media sites.
Sports site TerezOwens reports that the headliner for the upcoming event 'already has serious ties to the National Football League.'
The two country superstars are seen stealing jewels from a bank, gambling with a mafia crew and riding motorcycles in the visuals directed by Trey Fanjoy.
The 'Something Bad' collaborators look gorgeous in a Roberto Cavalli piece and a Celia Kritharioti number, while the 'How Do I Live' singer flashes cleavage and leg in a white dress.
Shortly after delivering the first live performance of her duet with Miranda Lambert, Underwood returns to the stage to collect the Milestone Award.
Country music darlings Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert, who were scheduled to take the stage together, showed off major cleavage in their figure-hugging dresses.
Titled 'Somethin' Bad', the collaboration is recorded for Lambert's next studio installment 'Platinum' which is due June 3 this year.
The beautiful ballad was written especially for the Monday, April 7 event by Underwood, Luke Laird, Hillary Lindsey and Shane McAnally.
Plunging neck dresses that showed off cleavage were particularly popular among the female attendees of the April 6 event.
According to the suit, Sony has underpaid the singers by choosing royalty routes in lucrative streaming deals with Google, Apple and Spotify.
The former 'American Idol' champion has a secret passion on fashion and made her debut appearance at Peter Som's show.
Other performers set to make appearance at the March 29 event include Jason Aldean, Jake Owen, Lady Antebellum, Florida Georgia Line and Hunter Hayes.
The 'American Idol' alumna was criticized for her acting skill as the central character of the musical production.
In a Thanksgiving episode of the 'Late Night' show, Fallon and his guests Underwood and Rashida Jones sing a holiday medley with some of the year's hits, including Cyrus' 'Wrecking Ball'.
'I know I'm not Julie. Nobody is and I would never pretend that I was...I know my place,' Underwood says to haters who criticize her casting in the remake of the Broadway musical.