Carrie Marie Underwood, better known as Carrie Underwood, is an American Grammy winning singer, songwriter and television actress. Underwood is considered to be one of the greatest singers in contemporary country music. She is best known for having won famed musical talent show American Idol and since then, has won many other glorious awards. Her stardom came in 2005 when she released her debut album, Some Hearts. Her greatest hits include Some Hearts (2005), Carnival Ride (2007), Play On (2009) and many others.
Carrie Underwood was a farm girl who was born in 1983, to Carole and Stephen Underwood. From early age, she showed an interest in music when she sang in the local church and other events. However, after graduating from high school, she decided to attend Northeastern State University, majoring in journalism instead of pursuing singing career.
Carrie Underwood got married to a hockey player Mike Fisher in 2010 after 2 years of dating. Together, they had a child named Isaiah Michael Fisher in 2015.