Carrie Underwood will once again light up the stage when the Grammys return to CBS in February. According to Billboard on Wednesday, Carrie Underwood will join red-hot, new country artist Sam Hunt for a duet.
Carrie Underwood has not graced the Grammy stage since 2013, but the memory of that performance is forever seared into the memories of her fans. On that night, Carrie Underwood sang her hit song, “Blown Away,” and then segued into “Two Black Cadillacs.” As she began to sing the second song, the audience was pleasantly surprised that her 4-foot wide dress was actually akin to a technicolor movie screen.
Fans were amazed as digital designs began to slither up her skirt and spread out across the dress. The initial designs morphed into stars, roses, and even a monarch butterfly that sparked a mass exodus of butterflies on a giant screen behind her. Projectors had been mounted 70 feet above where Carrie Underwood would stand and the final results of two weeks of intensive hard work by her design team paid off in the dazzling display.
Carrie Underwood has been known for many dynamic performances including those that brought a mini tornado and a waterfall into the arena. While fans never know what to expect, the one thing that remains consistent is that Carrie Underwood never fails to impress.
A duet with Sam Hunt for the 2016 Grammys will certainly stamp another great memory into the video files of Carrie’s career. Fans can tune into CBS at 7 p.m. Central on February 15 to see Carrie Underwood’s return to the Grammy Awards.
In addition to Carrie Underwood’s performance, Rolling Stone reports that country fans can also look forward to seeing Little Big Town on stage.