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Carrie gets her first Hall of Fame exhibit

NASHVILLE, Tenn., June 2, 2009—Carrie Underwood: All-American Girl, a spotlight exhibit featuring the merlot silk taffeta gown worn by superstar Carrie Underwood at the 2009 Academy of Country Music Awards, will open June 11 at the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum. Underwood won two awards at the ceremony: Entertainer of the Year and Top Female Vocalist.

The show-stopping dress, which was created by Miami-based designer Rafael Cennamo, features 120 yards of fabric and an eight-foot-long train. Underwood wore the voluminous confection during her April 5 performance of her hit song “I Told You So” (written and recorded originally by Randy Travis). “It was an honor to wear such a beautiful dress during one of the most special nights of my life. I truly felt like a princess!” says Underwood.

Since winning American Idol in 2005, Underwood has become one of the most popular performers in the nation. Her debut album, Some Hearts, is the biggest selling American Idol debut project to date, having sold more than seven million copies in the United States. With the release of her current album,Carnival Ride, she has now sold more than 10 million albums in just over three years.

Underwood has won numerous awards over the last four years, including four Grammy Awards and numerous trophies from the Academy of Country Music, the Country Music Association, the CMT Music Awards, the American Music Awards, the People’s Choice Awards and more.

Carrie Underwood: All-American Girl, which is included with regular Museum admission, will remain open through December 31, 2009.


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