Carrie Underwood Debuts New Look for Football Season

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Shooting the new @snfonnbc open! Lots of fun today! This will be our best one yet! Can't wait for you all to see it!

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We might be months away from kickoff to the NFL season, but country cutie, Carrie Underwood is getting ready in a very stylish way.

While filming her “Sunday Night Football on NBC” promos, Underwood took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a photograph of herself in a dressing room with noticeably longer locks than she has currently.

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“Shooting our new [Sunday Night Football on NBC] open,” she wrote. “Lots of fun today! This will be our best one yet! Can’t wait for you all to see it!”

Though the added length to the country singer and songwriter’s hair is actually just temporary extensions for the shoot, fans definitely missed her longer locks with many comments about the new do, including her husband and Nashville Predators captain, Mike Fisher, who wrote, “Holy smokes, I’d marry ya.”

Underwood has sung the Sunday Night Football theme song for four years, taking over for Faith Hill in 2013. During the 2016-2017 NFL season, Underwood replaced the old football theme, “Waiting All Day for Sunday Night,” with “Oh, Sunday Night,” a remake of Underwood’s “Somethin’ Bad” with Miranda Lambert.

No word yet on what the song will be this year, but you can guarantee, millions will be watching every Sunday night on NBC.

Photo credit: Twitter / @teamCUfanclub


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