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Carrie Underwood was the fourth winner of the singing series "American Idol" and more than five years later, the country singer is still selling millions of records and performing at sold-out shows.
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The 27-year-old American is one of those rare reality show winners that has been able to make it big - she's a multi-platinum selling recording artist and a Grammy winner.
Her first album "Some Heart" was the fastest selling debut country album in history and was certified platinum an astounding seven times.
Some of her hit songs from the album include "Jesus, Take the Wheel," "Wasted" and "Before the Charts".
Underwood's second album, "Carnival Ride" was another huge hit - selling more than three million albums worldwide.
In November 2009, Underwood released her third album titled "Play On".
From humble beginnings to one of country music's most popular artists - Carrie Underwood is your Connector of the Day.
What would you ask country singer Carrie Underwood?
Do you want to know what life is like five years after American Idol? Does she have any regrets? Does country music have a place outside the United States?
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