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Carrie Underwood at the GRAMMYs

Carrie Underwood at the GRAMMYs

19 Recordings / Arista Nashville superstar Carrie Underwood was among the artists in attendance at last night’s 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards®. Underwood, who was nominated for Best Country Solo Performance for “Mama’s Song,” performed “It Had To Be You” with Tony Bennett and together they presented the Best New Artist award, which Carrie won herself in 2007.
Later this month, Underwood will release her new single, “Good Girl,” from her forthcoming album to be released May 1.
Pictured (l-r) at Sony Music Entertainment’s GRAMMY Post Party held at Cecconis: Sony Music Entertainment CEO Doug Morris, Underwood, and Sony Music Nashville Chairman & CEO Gary Overton.
Photo Credit – Lester Cohen /Getty Images

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