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Photo via Facebook No cheat sheet needed here, that's for sure. Trisha Yearwood performed the Star-Spangled Banner to kick off game 1 of the World Series today and totally knocked it out of the ballpark. Seriously, this is how it's done. Amazing. So how did Trisha gear up for her big performance? She said during a pre-game interview, "I just breathe." Little Big Town will also be performing the national anthem this week during the World Series on Friday in San Francisco before game 3. Read more


Well it's not the Super Bowl, but Trisha Yearwood and Little Big Town will be playing a HUGE sporting event soon - the World Series. The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that Trisha along with Little Big Town, American Idol season 11 winner Phillip Phillips, and Carlos Santana will all step up to the mound and perform the national anthem on various days of the World Series starting this week. Trisha will kick things off before Game 1 today, October 21, in Kansas City, Missouri, with Little Big Town performing The Star-Spangled Banner in San Francisco on Friday before Game 3.... Read more


Photo: CBS Sports Well after a few months of country fans being excited about the possibility of Carrie Underwood performing during the next Super Bowl halftime show in February, it looks like she's lost out to pop princess Katy Perry. On Thursday, Page Six first reported that Katy had landed the coveted gig. “A deal is being hammered out for Katy to play the Super Bowl,” an insider told the gossip site. #84695436 / gettyimages.com On Sunday, the singer herself seemed to confirm the news (or was having fun with the rumor) with a tweet about her new favorite sport.... Read more


Kenny should be on top of the world. I mean his new album, The Big Revival, just came out and is getting rave reviews, he's got a lot of really fun performances and appearances coming up, I mean...life is real good. Except for the fact he was picked as the celebrity picker for ESPN’s “College Gameday” and will be heading to South Carolina this weekend for the Gamecocks’ game against Missouri. South Carolina fans were all pumped until they heard that country music singer Kenny Chesney would be the “celebrity picker” for the show that week. They were actually quite... Read more


Photo: NBC NBC Sports Group announced on Monday that the Friday, July 25 debut of a new cinema spot starring six-time Grammy Award-winner and multi-platinum recording artist Carrie Underwood performing “Waiting All Day for Sunday Night,” the opening theme for primetime television’s No. 1 program, Sunday Night Football on NBC. The piece, a 2½-minute behind-the-scenes look at the making of this year’s Sunday Night Football show open featuring Underwood and NFL stars, will debut Friday, July 25 on more than 19,000 movie screens in National CineMedia’s FirstLook pre-show program in AMC, Cinemark, and Regal Entertainment Group and other top theaters... Read more


Photo: Twitter Summer may have just barely begun, but that doesn't mean fans can't start thinking ahead to cool fall nights and football season. And Carrie Underwood. The NFL tweeted a photo yesterday of Carrie recording the new opener for Sunday Night Football. This will be the second year in a row the singer has performed the iconic “Waiting All Day for Sunday Night" theme song. “Waiting all day...all week...all off season for Sunday Night w/ @carrieunderwood #SNFopen #SNF,” the photo's caption read. Sunday Night Football will premiere this year on NBC September 7 when the Indianapolis Colts play the... Read more


MLB teams play a little Taylor Swift lyric tag

#83434199 / gettyimages.com Something happened on Monday that seems to prove that the people who run the Twitter accounts of professional baseball organizations either have a lot of time on their hands or are possibly drunk. Either way this is pretty entertaining. It all started out with the Major League Baseball's (MLB) Twitter account posting a picture of two gloves with the caption It's a glove story - an obvious play on a lyric from Taylor Swift's song Love Story. It's a glove story ... pic.twitter.com/pMU0ZqSVKP — MLB (@MLB) June 9, 2014 Cute. But then some pro baseball teams joined... Read more