After discussing songs from her new album 'Blown Away' in detail and sharing her on-stage anxieties, country superstar Carrie Underwood took a moment to answer the truly pressing questions that all fans want to know.

OK, that might be a bit of an exaggeration. More accurately, she humored us as we peppered her with inquiries about everything from her home life with Mike Fisher to how she handles hearing her songs on the radio. The always honest singer didn't disappoint as we steered from the serious to the silly during the final 60 seconds of our chat.

60 Seconds With Carrie Underwood

Question 1: Do you ever get one of your own songs stuck in your head?

I do and that's embarrassing. Because I sing and I don't realize it if I'm like in the store or something. I'll whistle or I'll sing and I don't even realize that sound is being produced from myself. So I do and then I'm horribly embarrassed.

Question 2: When your song comes on the radio, do you turn it up or turn it off?

It depends. If it's the first time I've heard a new song on the radio, I turn it up, cause that's a moment. You remember where you were or where you were headed when -- "the first time I heard this song on the radio was …" But if it's like a song I've heard a million times, I'll probably change the channel.

Question 3: Who's grumpier after a bad day of work, you or Mike?

Me. Mike is really good at leaving his work at work and he's better than I am. I feel like we're both pretty good, but I definitely can get in a funk a little easier than he can.

Question 4: During NHL Playoff season, is there anything the wives of the players do as a superstition or to support their husbands? Of course the players grow beards and I'm sure no one stops shaving their legs but...

No, that's exactly it.


No, that would be horrible [laughs]. Umm, I don't think so. I think during playoffs when I go to the games I feel like I'm a little more laid back, I wanna wear my hat and my jerseys … for me, we can have a little more fun with it. But I don't really do anything specific for superstition's sake.

Question 5: What is the last album you bought?

Oh gosh, I bought David Cook's album not too long ago when it came out. I don't think I've bought a whole album since then. I buy songs and stuff!

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