Just days away from her new album's release, Carrie Underwood paid a visit to SiriusXM Studio in New York City earlier today (April 27).
The 29-year-old country singer looked fetching in a floral-printed mini skirt, cowgirl boots, multi-chain pendant necklace & white eyelet sweater as she tossed on a pair of headphones and got situated in her chair for the sitdown interview.
As for Miss Underwood's upcoming studio effort, "Blown Away” is all set to drop on May 1st - and Carrie recently spoke with ABC News about a range of topics including one of her new tracks titled “Forever Changed.”
Revealing that the love song reminds her of her grandmother’s death, a teary-eyed Underwood said, “I get emotional even talking about this song to be honest. It’s just beautiful. It just becomes very real… and I remember my grandmother at the end of her life, looking at my dad and thinking that that was my grandfather.”
“I can never sing this song, like on stage in front of people. I could barely get through it in the studio,” she added.