Carrie’s colorful fashion over the years.
lets play a game called ‘i feel like i’m bothering you with everything i say so i won’t make any attempts at contact until you message me first’
If you didn’t think this is the cutest then you’re wrong
"I have read a couple of [the reviews]. Very mixed. Any of the negative reviews that I’ve read on Carrie I think are pretty unfounded, honestly. I feel like she created a little character for herself. I think it was a lose-lose situation for her because I think everyone had such memories of Julie Andrews. I think it’s so hard to try to recreate such an iconic role, but I was blown away by her, and I’ve never seen anyone work harder in my life."
— Beth McCarthy-Miller, director of The Sound of Music Live
People were so caught up in (ignorantly) comparing The Sound of Music Live to the movie that they weren’t able to enjoy a great production, and that upsets me.
The Sound of Music Live was incredible. Audra was incredible. Laura was fantastic. And ya know what? CARRIE WAS SENSATIONAL. There. I said it. She had the weight of the world on her shoulders under every single person in the theatre community criticizing her, and she performed with grace. Her…
Have we really become that ungrateful and unsupportive of an audience? Do we really just root for people to fail cause its better than watching them succeed?
Carrie Underwood got up and did something out of her comfort zone tonight, she challenged herself, took a risk, tried…
Things Carrie Underwood can’t do:
my transformation into a bitter angry old woman is almost complete
*whispers* You can be mature and respectful and still have a dirty sense of humour.
*murmurs* You can curse a lot and still be highly intelligent with a massive vocabulary.
*mumbles* You can be quiet and reserved and still be witty and even outgoing in certain circles.
"It definitely has been something that has been on my mind and in my world. I don’t think people would be upset if they went to a Broadway show of “The Sound of Music” (and it was someone other than Julie Andrews). We are just providing a different way to see it and fall in love with it. I really hope people cut us all some slack. I hope people realize that we are not re-creating the movie. This is not a re-make. I hear that word and it makes me cringe. The movie does not need to be re-made. I can’t wait to show my kids the movie."
— Carrie Underwood (Q: Have you been at all daunted by taking on a role that is so much associated with Julie Andrews in the 1965 movie?) x
I swear I just wake up annoyed every day.
I wish I were a confrontational person.