Carrie Underwood finds inspiration in an unexpected place. Country star and guest ET correspondent Jimmy Allen recently chatted with Underwood, and asked the singer to explain where her best ideas for songs originated.
“I think a lot when I’m in the shower — just ’cause what else are you doing, like, washing your hair? — so I think I have the idea spark.” [there],” Underwood told ET. “What I’m going to do is stop and hold my phone while it’s wet and type something.”
It’s not just in the shower where Underwood’s big ideas strike, but “inspiration can happen anywhere, anytime,” said the mother of two.
“I think you get ideas everywhere. I’ve woken up before and was like, ‘Oh my god, I need to write this.’ Or I’ve done the opposite, and I’ve been like, ‘I’ll remember that,’ so I can’t remember at all and I’m sorry I didn’t get up on my bed and write it down,” she said. “I’m inspired by the things my kids do or say.”
His most recent inspiration was cast in his latest album, denim and rhinestonesWhich is on 10th June.
“I’m excited, a little nervous,” Underwood said of the new music release. “When you’re working on something and you haven’t shown it to the world yet and then it’s like, ‘Oh my god, it’s time! I hope they like it.’ I’m that way at the moment, but I’m really excited. I love new music.”
The album release happens the same week as CMA Fest, and Underwood is celebrating by inviting his fans to Denim and Rhinestone Experience From June 10 to June 12 in downtown Nashville’s historic Bell Tower.
Before describing the setup of his experience, Underwood said of CMA Fest overall, “We have tens of thousands of country music fans coming to Nashville. It’s a fun week for country music artists and fans alike. ”
“We have displays of outfits worn at various performances or award events, we have places where people can take their pictures, and we have lots of cute, little setups for them.” ,[It’s] Super, super cool. You will like your photos. We give things. people can stay [and] Cool down for a minute, and have a drink and watch everything denim and rhinestones,
After Underwood’s latest album is released and the CMA festivities are over, she will focus on her preparation Denim and Rhinestone Tourwhich will start in October.
When it came time to have a special guest accompany him on tour, Underwood and his team were quick to choose Allen, whose album, tulip driveTo be released on June 24.
Underwood told Allen, “First and foremost, I have great respect for you as an artist. We’re looking forward to seeing you right now and all the success you’ve been enjoying lately.” “…I respect you and I enjoy that you love bling, probably as much as I do. I think you’ll make a really cool addition Denim and Rhinestone Tour,
As if his time on tour might inspire future collaborations, Underwood certainly seemed open to the possibility. “I think it’s a great idea,” she said of doing a song with Allen. “I think we should brainstorm and figure out what we can do for the tour and maybe beyond that.”
While Allen will be on tour with Underwood, their two children will be out for most of the show. Underwood shares 3-year-old Jacob and 7-year-old Isaiah with her husband Mike Fisher.
“My eldest is in school, so I want to keep his life as normal as possible,” she explained. “I think you’ll see them here and there on weekends, but we back through Nashville quite a bit, so hopefully they can settle in a little more and mom can just come in and out like I want.”
Tune in to Thursday’s episode of Entertainment Tonight for more ET interviews with Underwood.
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