Carrie Underwood Essay

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Carrie Underwood is a beautiful, young, amazing, creative, and outstanding woman. She is now a country singer because of American Idol. She went to American Idol in May of 2004 and reached finals in May 2005. She won American Idol because of her amazing viewers. Carrie has now received many awards being a country singer. Through everything Underwood is now one of the most popular country singers alive today. (La Bella, New York: Rosen Central, 2008.)
On March 10, 1983 Carrie Marie Underwood was born to the parents of Steve and Carole Underwood. Carrie is the youngest of three. Her sisters are Shanna and Stephanie. Carrie had been a vegetarian since she was thirteen years old even though ...view middle of the document...

During high school, Carrie was very athletic. She was a cheerleader, basketball player, and a softball player. Along with sports, Carrie sang the National Anthem regularly for her school. She had the second best grades in the class of 2001. Teachers described Carrie as sweet, smart, and shy. (
“After high school, I pretty much gave up on my dream of singing. I had reached a point in my life where I had to be practical and prepare for my future in the ‘real world’”. ( So, Carrie attended Northeastern State University collage for journalism. On May of 2006 Carrie graduated with Mass Communications and Journalism. She was a wonderful college student and always kept good grades. Her teachers said, she is always shy and stay quit and to herself, but she is also very nice and has a lot of respect. (Britannica School. Encyclopedia)
Carrie interrupted her senior year of collage to go to American Idol. She joined the fourth season of American Idol and she reached finals in May 2005 of the fifth season. The viewers of American Idol were who selected her the winner. Underwood won season four of American Idol and then went back and sang “Don’t Forget to Remember Me”, (La Bella. New York: Rosen Central, 2008.) Which was a song she had written just for that purpose? (
After winning the fourth season of American Idol, Carrie decided to go back to college to finish her senior year. Carrie decided to go back to college because she said it’s a wonderful thing for the young people that look up to her. She loves being a role model. She is looked up to because of her amazing personality and how strong she has become. Carrie loves who she is and the young woman she is today. (
Carrie today has written many songs. She receives many awards and she celebrates winning awards with her mother. Carrie sings with many other country singers and has traveled the world. (La Bella,. New York: Rosen...

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