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"Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On" was my anthem as a child. We're probably missing out on a lot of wonderful talent. But I've been in hotels where I will not take my shoes off. I've seen more basements of venues than I've seen of the United States.
As you step off that stage, you're pretty much alone. Hearing it put to music makes you realize someone else is going through it, too. A guy can come in and have a big beer belly and he doesn't have to be anything but himself, whereas women have to wear the heels. When people think of what it's like to be famous, they think of the Ritz.
I've learned the most throughout my life from age twenty-two till now. When I cry, it starts like in my throat, so when I have something that's really emotional, sometimes if I access that too much, I can't finish the song. If you don't mean it, they're going to know you don't mean it. You know, it just enhances everything you're going through.
My dad was driving, and he said, "If you want to go home, we can go home, and you never have to think about this again." And I thought, If I don't go, I'm choosing for this not to happen. So I figured it would be easier for me to get kicked off American Idol than to have it be my own decision. People can take your words and make them into something awful and something you never meant it to be. It's hard to find people who don't want something from you. I've seen people that get onstage and sing while they have tears running down their face — I can't do that.
And I was like, these kids are saving their allowance.
I remember being young and saving up my allowance to see an Alan Jackson concert.
People think, Oh, you travel around, you get to see the country.
I've seen basements, I've seen concrete, I've seen pillars.
Being on the Idol tour — I'd never been onstage like that before. I watched Beverly Hills Chihuahua and sobbed, because of all the dogfighting stuff they had in there.
I'd sung at Okrafest, where ten people were listening. This little Chihuahua gets stuck in a Mexican dogfighting ring, and it's supposed to be funny, but oh no, it's not. Is "Cowboy Casanova" about the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys?
Americans don't need Carrie Underwood telling them who to vote for. Nobody's going to tell me that my dog doesn't love me.