Carrie Underwood is a very attractive country music singer who also won season 4 of American Idol. According to her hit song Before He Cheats, she may also be a little crazy.
Carrie Underwood is a well-known country artist/the hot blonde chick that dated Tony Romo and Chace Crawford. She became popular after winning season 4 of the popular (yet highly overrated) reality TV show American Idol. Her most popular song is the angry girl anthem about beating up her boyfriend's truck because he probably cheated on her, which explains the title Before He Cheats, because she beats up the truck to teach him a lesson before he cheats on her. Way to be proactive, Carrie!
Carrie Underwood is from Oklahoma. She is an award-winninng country artist that seems to have had numerous bad relationships in the past. These relationships have been made permanent in the minds of all of her fans, and the country music listeners, in the songs "Before He Cheats", "Songs Like This", "Undo It", "Cowboy Casanova" (which is widely believed to be about ex-Tony Romo), and "So Small" (which is believed to be about ex-Chace Crawford...actually, I haven't heard the song but it makes sense).
Maybe "Cowboy Casanova" is about Chace and "So Small" is about Tony.
To show the general public that not all of her relationships have to end badly, Underwood became engaged to NHL player Mike Fisher. Just so everyone knows, he's from Canada (he plays for the Ottawa Senators) and she lives in Nashville, TN (like all the other country music people). Funnily enough, she became engaged right before Mr. Romo did...to Mr. Crawford's little sister. Interesting...
If only he dated Jessica Simpson...
Of course, if her relationship with Mike Fisher doesn't work out, Carrie always has her dog Ace, whom she also wrote a song about. This song is called "The More Boys I Meet" and one catchy lyric has the attractive blonde bombshell sing, "The more boys I meet, the more I love my dog." Just ponder that one for a minute.
Completely innocent, right?