Twittering might have become something common and daily consumption for many Hollywood celebs, but not for Carrie Underwood. The songstress is not a fan of the popular micro-blogging site, telling country music website The Boot that the social networking service could endanger her personal life.
"As far as Twitter, I'll be in a restaurant and I'll get home and somebody tweeted and they talked about what I ordered and what I was wearing," she explains her point of view. "In some cases, that could be dangerous, because you don't want everybody to know where you are every second of every day. It's a wee bit of an invasion of privacy."
"It just sounds like organized stalking to me. I talk to my fan club members and I blog, and they know what's going on," she goes on stating. "I would really like to, of course, keep the super-private stuff super-private but kind of let people into my world."
As an evidence she then shares a bit about her upcoming album "Play On", which is set for November 3 release date. "The new album has done that a little more, and I'm going to keep working on it myself because I would like people to know about me as a person," says the winner of "American Idol" 4th season.