The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony used to be a drunken, freewheeling event that would stretch to all hours of the night. Today it’s an arena-rock spectacle with stunning moments that won’t soon be forgotten.
It’s easy to forget that most of those songs that make you dance and cry and laugh and love are written by filthy rich, savvy business people.
“I have been blessed with so many amazing things in my life and I’ve always been taught to receive much, you must give much,” she said.
“As far as my nails, I like being dramatic onstage and having fun and doing something that I might not do in my everyday life. It’s all about playing a character. I would definitely throw on my shade, my signature shade, for something a little darker,” Underwood said.
As you ready for a feast this Thanksgiving, some of music’s most notable stars will be gearing up for some big performances. Put the turkey in the oven and take a spot on the couch for these performances and specials.
“I do hope it works for Carrie, because she’s lovely and I’m a fan,” said Andrews. “I wish her well.”
Carrie Underwood, Florida Georgia Line, Fall Out Boy Among Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Performers
Carrie Underwood, Florida Georgia Line, Kellie Pickler, Brett Eldredge, Joan Jett and Fall Out Boy are among the musicians who have been invited to play the 87th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
“It really scared me for a long time because I was like, ‘You mean people can just tell me they hate me?'” she joked.
“See You Again,” she says, “takes a positive spin on moving on out of this life, on death.”
Carrie Underwood joined Mick Jagger on stage in Toronto for a high-energy version of “It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll.”