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Tonight's the night (Thursday, December 5th)! Carrie Underwood plays her dream role of Maria von Trapp in the live television broadcast of The Sound of Music. Carrie has been learning the lines, the music and even a few dance steps for the three-hour show, which airs on NBC beginning at 8 p.m. ET.
Before you tune in, however, Carrie wants to make one thing perfectly clear -- this is NOT an adaptation of the movie version of the beloved classic.
The Sound of Music Live! soundtrack is currently in stores.
The DVD will be released on December 17th.
Carrie was featured on NBC's Today show this morning.
After a weekend of shopping, the "Huffington Post" has put out a list of The 10 Most Annoying Christmas Songs of All Time. Here are the ones they came up with:
1. "Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer"
2. "Santa Baby"
3. "Jingle Bell Rock"
4. "Jingle Bells"
5. "Feliz Navidad"
6. "The Little Drummer Boy"
7. "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree"
8. "The 12 Days of Christmas"
9. "Winter Wonderland"
10. "The Christmas Shoes"
Don't forget you can hear all these songs and more this Christmas season on our sister station Q105.
Joe Nichols tops both the charts today with “Sunny and 75.” The song is the lead single from Joe's last album, Crickets, which was released in October.
The Number One marks Joe's return to the top of the charts since 2009's "Gimmie That Girl." "Sunny and 75” is Joe's career fifth Number One hit.
He said, “Whether it's your first #1 record or your 50th, seeing your song at the top of the charts never gets old. Thanks to the incredible team at RED BOW, everyone at country radio and my incredible fans for making ‘Sunny And 75’ my fifth #1 song. God is good.” Joe will appear as a presenter on the 4th Annual American Country Awards, which airs live from the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas on Tuesday, December 10th on FOX at 8 p.m. ET.
Carrie Underwood may be over the moon about her new role as Maria von Trapp in the live TV broadcast of The Sound of Music, but it turns out not everyone is happy to see her play that iconic character.
She told Entertainment Weekly that she's getting some flack for seemingly trying to fillJulie Andrews' shoes. Carrie said, "I get hate tweets and stuff like, 'You're not Julie Andrews!' I know I'm not Julie. Nobody is and I would never pretend that I was. I know my place."
Kacey Musgraves was one of the most talked about artists after last month's CMA Awards because of her odd reaction to Miranda Lambert's acceptance speech when Miranda beat her out for Female Vocalist of the Year.
Miranda was complimenting her competition in the category, including Kacey, who seemed to stare at Miranda with an angry expression.
Kacey has finally opened up about that moment, telling Rolling Stone that it was all a big misunderstanding. Kacey said, “As a new artist, I’m still getting used to cameras being on me 24/7, and there’s no way you can be caught smiling at all times. If you know me, sometimes when I’m just sitting there, it looks like I’m not having a good time, but I am!”
Kacey added, “I’ve reached out to Miranda and let her know that that I didn’t mean anything. We laughed about how dumb those things can get. I don’t like that because it can take away from music at certain points. I didn’t mean anything by that. It’s funny because I was clapping and smiling before and after that clip. I guess I’m still kind of getting used to everything. If anyone should be offended, it should be me! I mean, did you see my face? I look like a dumba**. It was a long day. My feet were hurting.”
In other Kacey news, the singer recently wrote with pop star Katy Perry for the follow up to her Same Trailer, Different Park album.