Carrie Underwood is an American singer, songwriter, and actor. In 2005, she became famous by winning of the 4th Season of American Idol TV show. She has numerous hits to her credits and has also bagged various awards for her singles and albums. Carrie Underwood is her real name. The full name sounds Carrie Marie Underwood. The singer’s net worth estimated at $85 million.

Parents and Siblings

Carrie Underwood was born on 10th March 1983 in Muskogee, OK and now she is at age 41. Her father’s name is Stephen Underwood and he was a worker in a carton factory. Her mother’s name is Carole Shatswell, she was an elementary school teacher. Carrie’s parents are still alive, despite the rumors, that her dad died. They celebrated 50th wedding anniversary in 2018. Carrie is the youngest of three daughters in the family. Her sisters’ names are Shanna and Stephanie.

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Carrie Underwood's sisters: Stephanie U. Shelton and Shanna Underwood


The singer was raised on the family farm in little rural Checotah town. As a child, she sang at her local church as well as for local events in her hometown. Carrie graduated from Checotah High School in 2001.


In 2005, Carrie’s career began with her first single “Inside Your Heaven” which debuted at No. 1 position on the Billboard charts. She became the first country music artist to ever debut at #1 position at the Billboard. “Inside Your Heaven” was the only single by a solo country performer to ever reach the #1 position in the 2000 decade.

Carrie’s Discography

  • Debut album “Some Hearts”
    It released in the same year and sold 315,000 copies. The album became the best selling album of 2006 across all music genres in the USA.
  • Album “Carnival Ride”
    “Carnival Ride”, Carrie Underwood’s second album, was released in 2007. It debuted at #1 across Billboard, Top Country Albums and Canadian Album Chart and sold 527,000 copies in the first week itself.
  • The third album“Play On”
    The third studio album, “Play On”, was released in 2009 which once again, debuted at the peak position, selling over 318000 copies in the first week. Underwood’s first tour, the “Play On Tour” began in March 2010 and ended in January 2011.
  • Album “Blown Away”
    The next fourth album, “Blown Away” was released in March 2012, selling 267,000 copies in its first week.
  • “Storyteller” Album 
    Her fifth studio album, “Storyteller” debuted in October 2015. Underwood worked on this album from the beginning of 2014, however, had to suspend the work because of her pregnancy. She drew inspiration for the title of the album from the general storytelling aspect of country music. The album debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart and became a commercial success.
  • “Cry Pretty” Album 
    The album, which debuted on September 14, 2018, is a poignant exploration of life's highs and lows. From the empowering title track to the anthemic "Love Wins," Underwood's powerhouse vocals deliver an emotional rollercoaster. Blending country and pop influences, the album showcases her versatility and heartfelt storytelling, making it a compelling addition to her impressive discography.
  • “My Gift” Album 
    This album (September 2020) is a festive treat, blending her powerhouse vocals with classic Christmas tunes. It's a joyous celebration of the holiday season, filled with warmth and timeless melodies.
  • “My Savior” Album 
    The eighth studio album by Carrie was released on March 26, 2021. This is her first gospel album, showcasing Underwood's Christian faith.
  • “Denim & Rhinestones” Album 
    This ninth studio album was released on June 10, 2022. The album features 12 tracks, all co-written by Carrie herself. It's a mix of upbeat, catchy tunes and introspective ballads, with something for everyone to enjoy.

Career Highlights

Billboard declared “Some Hearts” as the No.1 Country Album of the 2000 decade and Carrie Underwood became the best female singer on Billboard’s Best Country Artists that year.

American Idol Award

Carrie Underwood auditioned for American Idol in 2004 and soon secured her place in the show. Judge Simon Cowell predicted that she would be amongst the top contenders for the championship. Underwood dominated the voting every week and won the American Idol Award, together with a recording contract worth a million dollars at least and a Ford Mustang Convertible and the use of a private jet for one year.

Other Awards and Achievements

Throughout her decade of the music career, Underwood has won seven Grammy Awards, eleven Academy of Country Music Awards, nine American Music Awards, seventeen Billboard Music Awards and five County Music Association Awards, apart from numerous other awards. In 2008, she was invited to join the Grand Ole Opry.

Personal Life

Carrie Underwood married hockey player Mike Fisher in 2010. Their son, Isaiah Fisher was born in February 2015 and now he is 4 years old. Carrie is pregnant at the moment and family is expecting their second child. In 2019, she is going to be a mom of two kids.

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Carrie Underwood's husband: Michael Fisher is a Canadian former ice hockey player

The singer is an ardent fan of writer Stephen King and his 1980s best selling book (which was later adapted to a movie) became the inspiration for her single “Two Black Cadillacs”. Carrie is an animal lover, she has two pups, Ace and Penny. Also she is a practical vegan.

Carrie Underwood's Measurements

Height 5′ 3″ (1.60 m)
Weight 53 kg (117 pounds)
Body ‎32-23-33
Dress Size 2(US)/36(EU)
Shoe Size 7.5
Carrie Underwood
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Carrie Underwood life story
Born: March 10, 1983 (age 41 years)

Tour: on tour now
Events: 1 dates on sale

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