On (June 10 Carrie attended the Samsung Hope For Children Gala. I have added 50+ high quality photos from the event to the gallery. Thanks to our friend at Kit-Harington.Org for donating some of the photos!

– Appearances From 2014 > June 10: Samsung Hope For Children Gala

Yesterday (June 06) Miranda Lambert performed at the 2014 CMA Festival and was joined by Carrie Underwood who was her special guest, they once again performed Somethin’ Bad. You can watch the video above. I’ve added 7 high quality photos to the gallery so far. Check them out!

– Appearances & Events > Appearances From 2014 > June 06: 2014 CMA Festival – Day 2

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On (June 04) Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert once again walked the red carpet together they also performed Somethin’ Bad. Congratulations are also in order as Carrie took home the award for Video Of The Year for See You Again. I’ve added over 80 high quality photos to the gallery so far, check them out! Credit to Kit-Harington.Org for some of the photos!

– Award Shows > Award Shows From 2014 > June 04: CMT Music Awards – Arrivals
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On (June 03) Carrie performed at the Grand Ole Opry. I have added 7 high quality photos to the gallery.

– Appearances & Events > Appearances From 2014 > June 03: Grand Ole Opry

Carrie Underwood debuted her latest song, ‘Keep Us Safe,’ during Tuesday night’s (May 20) ‘ACM Presents: An All-Star Salute to the Troops.’

The songstress captivated the audience as she sang, “God keep us safe tonight / Keep our eyes toward the skies / Send down an army of angels / To make us brave / And keep us strong and unafraid / God keep us safe,” backed by a full orchestra, as pictures of the troops in action flashed across a large screen behind her.
Underwood wrote the song as a way to honor the soldiers for their efforts in keeping people safe, at home and abroad.

“When we were approached to be a part of the show, I was so excited to do something to honor our troops and because ACM Lifting Lives does such great work. I wanted to take the time to really think about what song I wanted to perform,” she says. “I had a writing session scheduled with my co-writers and friends Hillary Lindsey, Luke Laird, and Shane McAnally, and I guess the show was weighing on my mind. I think we all left the session knowing the song was special because it basically wrote itself that day!”
Other artists who performed during the two-hour broadcast include George Strait, Merle Haggard, Lady Antebellum, Kellie Pickler, Florida Georgia Line and the Band Perry, along with soldiers who took the stage to sing with some of their favorite artists.

“We are so thankful for the men and women in our armed forces and proud to present this fantastic night of performances in their honor,” says Bob Romeo, CEO of the Academy of Country Music. “The special will be a remarkable moment in Academy history and continues the ‘ACM Presents’ TV specials that have been so successful over the years and helps to fund the important charitable work of ACM Lifting Lives.”

All proceeds from ‘Keep Us Safe’ will benefit ACM Lifting Lives, which is the charitable arm of the ACM. Download the single here.

Source – The Boot

Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood will team up for the CMT Music Awards on June 4 in Nashville to sing “Something Bad.” The duet will be included on Lambert’s upcoming album, Platinum, arriving June 3.

Both women are nominated in the video of the year category. Lambert will compete with “Automatic,” as well as “We Were Us” with Keith Urban, while Underwood is on the ballot with “See You Again.” Lambert is this year’s leading nominee with six nominations. Underwood has won the most career CMT Music Awards for a female artist with nine. Voting is open through June 1 at CMT.com and CMT Mobile.

As previously announced, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Florida Georgia Line and Blake Shelton will also perform on the 2014 CMT Music Awards. CMT will air the show live from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on CMT at 8 p.m. ET.

Bryan and Florida Georgia Line follow Lambert with five nominations each. Keith Urban and Taylor Swift are tied with four each, while Hunter Hayes and Shelton each pulled in three nominations. Church and Underwood earned two nominations each, as did Cassadee Pope, Kacey Musgraves, Lady Antebellum, Pistol Annies, The Band Perry, Thomas Rhett and Tim McGraw.

Other nominees include Brett Eldredge, Cole Swindell, Dan + Shay, David Nail, Dierks Bentley, the Eli Young Band, Jake Owen, Jason Aldean, Little Big Town, Randy Houser, Rascal Flatts, Sheryl Crow, Thompson Square, Tyler Farr, Willie Nelson and the Zac Brown Band.

Additionally, nominations also went to Fall Out Boy, Jason Mraz, Lionel Richie, Neil Young, Nelly and OneRepublic for their collaborations with country artists.

Source – CMT.Com

Last night (May 18) Carrie joined Miranda Lambert to duet their new song Somethin’ Bad at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards. Congratulations, are also in order as Carrie won the Milestone Award! Be sure to check out tons of photos from last night kindly donated by TaylorArchive.Com, Grimm-Fan.Com and GameOfThronesFan.Org.

– Award Shows > Award Shows From 2014 > May 18: Billboard Music Awards – Arrivals
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– Award Shows > Award Shows From 2014 > May 18: Billboard Music Awards – Backstage

On (May 06) Carrie Underwood Attended Keith Urban’s Fifth Annual “We’re All 4 The Hall” Benefit Concert at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. I have added 39 high quality photos to the gallery from this event. Be sure to check them out!

– Appearances From 2014 > May 06: “We’re All 4 The Hall” Benefit Concert – Onstage
– Appearances From 2014 > May 06: “We’re All 4 The Hall” Benefit Concert – Offstage

Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood, two of the most dynamic women in country music, have been announced as performers at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards, being held Sunday, May 18 in Las Vegas

The two singers will make the television debut of their new duet, “Somethin’ Bad,” which appears on Lambert’s upcoming album “Platinum” (due June 3). “I’m a huge Carrie Underwood fan,” Lambert says. “‘Somethin’ Bad’ is a meshing of our styles and there aren’t many female collaborations in our format so I’m really excited to be debuting it on the Billboard Awards.”

They join previously announced performers including Miley Cyrus, Ricky Martin, Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull, 5 Seconds of Summer, Florida Georgia Line, Jason Derulo, Imagine Dragons, Luke Bryan, John Legend and OneRepublic. Presenters for the event include Jordin Sparks, Kelly Rowland, Pete Wentz and Wiz Khalifa, among others.

To call Lambert and Underwood the leading ladies of today’s country music would be an understatement. Between the two of them, they’ve have scored 16 No. 1 singles on the Hot Country Songs chart, and 8 leaders on Top Country Albums (9 No. 1s if you count Lambert’s Pistol Annies band). Underwood has sold more than 15 million album worldwide, and Lambert has seen each of her first four albums debut atop the charts.

Underwood is also a finalist for the 2014 Milestone Award presented by Chevrolet, given to an artist who has achieved a notable chart milestone over the past year. Fans can vote for their favorite artist online atBillboard.com/milestone.

The BBMAs, which are produced by dick clark productions, will be broadcast live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, May 18, on ABC at 8 p.m. ET. Yahoo will be streaming this year’s red carpet show. For additional information on the 2014 Billboard Music Awards visit us at billboardmusicawards.com or the Billboard hub at billboard.com/bbma.

Source – Billboard