Carrie Underwood makes country fans cry
Carrie Underwood brought her fellow country musicians to tears with a stunning rendition of How Great Thou Art. The performance that brought the audience of the Academy Country Music Awards tribute to women in country music to their feet is now a viral video taking over the internet.
Carrie Underwood's How Great Thou Art performance has gone viral based on the sheer power and emotion in the 28-year-old singer's voice. The clip of Carrie and Vince Gill's performance has now been viewed on Youtube over 2 million times.
During Carrie Underwood's hearfelt singing of How Great Thou Art the cameras pan to the faces of fellow country music stars moved by the music. Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton are seen watching intently, while Naomi Judd is moved to tears.
Check out Carrie Underwood's How Great Thou Art performance for yourself.
Not bad for a girl who nobody knew just six years ago!
Carrie Underwood's star continues to rise, with a recent performance of hers beating out the Orlando Magic's NBA playoff game in popularity. The game drew in 98,000 viewers, while the simultaneously aired Girl's Night Out: Superstar Women of Country concert brought in a whopping 118,000. No small feat for a country music star!
Carrie also recently made her film debut in the movie Soul Surfer, which opened April 8. Carrie plays the role of Sarah Hill, a church youth leader, in the film about shark attack victim Bethany Hamilton.
With a marriage to hockey star Mike Fisher, a boatful of music awards, a feature film role, and popularity to make others green with envy, one has to wonder if there is anything Carrie Underwood can't do!
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