Carrie Underwood isn’t afraid to talk up for herself.
On Monday, the nation singer replied to a tweet from Sports activities Illustrated’s Jessica Smetana, through which the producer criticized Underwood’s “Sunday Evening Soccer” intro tune.
“I really like that NBC has been studying everybody’s [Cris] Collinsworth slide tweets as a result of it means they’ve additionally been studying all of the tweets about how a lot we hate the brand new Carrie Underwood tune,” Smetana wrote Sunday, with out immediately tagging Underwood.
Underwood later responded: “Hey, I do know my music isn’t for everybody, however I really like what I do and I really like being part of @SNFonNBC! I’m one fortunate girl! I additionally love girls who construct different girls up … simply saying …”
The anticipating singer additionally wrote: “As we speak, let’s be constructive. Let’s be NICE to one another. Let’s do one thing good FOR another person. Smile at a stranger. It’s the beginning of a brand new week! As we speak is valuable! Don’t waste it! Sending love and cheer to you all!!! #LoveWins.”
Not solely did Underwood obtain an endorsement from Olivia Munn, however Smetana responded, “OMG wait no I really like you I simply miss the outdated tune!!”
“Sorry I dissed ‘Recreation On’ in my tweets about Cris Collinsworth’s slides,” Smetana posted Monday. “I didn’t imply to upset Carrie or her followers, and I’m all about supporting girls too. I simply miss ‘Ready all day for Sunday Evening.’”
Underwood’s “Recreation On” acquired a lukewarm reception following its debut in September, with many followers airing their grievances on Twitter.