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Carrie Underwood Wins CMA Female Vocalist Of The Year Again

November 07, 2007 11:29 PM by Joe Blackmon

CarrieunderwoodfemalevocalistoftheyIn 2006, American Idol 4 winner Carrie Underwood won the CMA Horizon
Award and the CMA Female Vocalist of the Year Award.  Faith Hill’s
(joking) surprise reaction to Underwood winning the 2006 Female
Vocalist of the Year Award became a popular video on the Internet.

In 2007, Carrie Underwood was nominated for three more CMA Awards, including Female Vocalist of the Year again.  This year it came as a surprise to no one that she walked home with the award in two of her three nominated categories.  Carrie Underwood’s first 2007 CMA Award came for Single of the Year for “Before He Cheats.”

Carrie Underwood’s second 2007 CMA Award came once again for Female Vocalist of the Year.  After receiving the award, Underwood said “Here I go again, the waterworks have started.  God has blessed me with so many wonderful things in my life, and I will spend my entire life trying to figure out why.  If you would have told me a few years ago, I would have been nominated with the people that I’ve been nominated with, I would have called you absolutely insane.”

Underwood went on to thank a long list of people from her record label to the fans to her family.  And of course, Underwood also paid homage to the television show that launched her incredible career.  Underwood said “It all started for me with American Idol,” and she thanked Simon Fuller and others involved with 19 Entertainment.

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2 Responses to “Carrie Underwood Wins CMA Female Vocalist Of The Year Again”

  1. bigfan Says:
    November 8th, 2007 at 12:04 am

    I’m curious if anyone else noticed that Sara Evan’s comments when announcing Allison Krause were “this woman got her nominations the old fashioned way, she earned them”? What exactly was that supposed to mean? I seriously thought it sounded like a dig to a few people who won massively huge talent competitions and had their careers sky rocket from that. Or maybe I just made a mountain out of a mole hill? I dunno… anyone else have an opinion?

  2. cak Says:
    November 8th, 2007 at 9:14 pm

    bigfan, I did notice that comment too… and wonder why in the world -Sara E would say such a thing. Maybe it was something I missed. If it was meant as a dig it was in poor taste and sad to hear.


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