Carrie Underwood Official News
Monday, November 2, 2009
Carrie Underwood announces more TV appearances
Superstar Carrie Underwood is celebrating the release of her new album "Play On" in a big way in the Big Apple this week, with appearances on several morning and late shows.
Today she also announced additional television appearances set for the week after she co-hosts the 43rd Annual CMA Awards on Nov. 11 with Brad Paisley.
1. But first, she kicks off a week of country music superstars tonight on "The Late Show with David Letterman." The show starts at 10:30 Monday on CBS, local channel 6.
2. Her album, "Play On," hits retailers Tuesday. Tuesday morning, she will appear on "Good Morning America" live from outside Lincoln Center, on ABC, Tulsa channel 8.
3. Thursday, she will appear on "Live! with Regis and Kelly," at 9 a.m. on NBC, Tulsa channel 2.
4. On Nov. 11, she and Paisley will host the CMA Awards on ABC.
5. Later this month, Underwood will make her debut appearance on "The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien" on Nov. 16.
6. She will also debut on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" with an outdoor performance on Nov. 19.
7. On Nov. 18, Underwood will take over the "Ellen DeGeneres Show" with special live performances, talk time and more.
8. To wrap up that week, Underwood also will perform Nov. 22 on the "American Music Awards" live from the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles. She is nominated as Favorite Female Artist in the country category.
9. During the week of the CMA Awards, on Nov. 10, Underwood will make her second appearance on "Good Morning America," live from downtown Nashville. Later that evening, she will be featured on Robin Robert’s ABC Special "In The Spotlight with Robin Roberts: Bright Lights. Big Stars. All Access Nashville."
10. On Thursday, Nov. 12, the A&E network will debut "Biography: Carrie Underwood."
11. On Dec. 7, Underwood will headline her own variety television special on Fox at 7 p.m., and she will perform new tunes from her upcoming studio album "Play On," as well as previous hits and holiday classics. Musical guests will include Dolly Parton, Brad Paisley and Oklahoma native David Cook.
The 26-year-old Checotah native was inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame in September.
To date, Underwood is the best-selling "American Idol" winner in the U.S., with album sales topping 10 million.