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Carrie Underwood’s “Good Girl” Single Makes Waves

There’s no point in mincing words: Carrie Underwood is hot.

Underwood’s new single “Good Girl” has been racing up the country charts (as well as Billboard’s Hot 100) in advance of her upcoming release, Blown Away, due to drop May 1.  And with good reason. The song is undoubtedly the most radio-friendly, hookiest tune Underwood has put out in awhile, and is likely to rival or even surpass the success of “Jesus, Take the Wheel” and “Before He Cheats.” It’s just one of those songs you can keep hitting the repeat button on, and never get tired of it. And her vocals are spot-on.

But even more than that…there’s the video. Oh, the video.

In the video (as you can see for yourself below), Underwood sizzles in a series of fashion statements that are absolutely stunning. Unlike others I could name (which I won’t) who make a point of seeing how much they can get away with not wearing, Underwood’s understated, coy sexiness proves beyond a doubt that you don’t have to be naked, or even semi-naked, to be hot. (Dang, she even looks good in glasses.) It aptly matches the theme of the song.

Watch “Good Girl” for yourself below, and see what you think.

 


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Music blogger Rob Burkhardt has been a fan of country music since he was a child, cutting his teeth on the sounds of Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Reba McIntyre and George Jones. In the words of the now-legendary Barbara Mandrell song, he was "country when country wasn't cool." Nowadays, Rob is both intrigued and excited about the mainstream crossover appeal of modern country, as seen in the success of artists like Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flatts and Lady Antebellum. Even so, Rob's personal tastes in country music remain "old school," tied to the great legends of country. When he's not blogging about country music, Rob Burkhardt holds a day job as a middle school teacher, and is an avid sports fan. He lives with his wife and two teenage girls in southern Ohio.

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