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Since winning American Idol in 2005, Underwood has sold more than 15 million albums worldwide, placing 18 singles at no. 1, with nine of those as co-writes, within four albums. She’s won a vast array of awards, including six Grammys and three female vocalist awards from both the Country Music Association (CMA) and the Academy of Country Music (ACM). In 2010, when Underwood garnered her second win as ACM Entertainer of the Year, she became the first female artist to win the award twice. In addition, Underwood has won seven American Music Awards, six People’s Choice Awards, nine CMT Music Awards, 11 American Country Awards, seven BMI Songwriter Awards and is a proud member of the Grand Ole Opry.
In the spring of 2013, Carrie Underwood wrapped her highly successful headline arena tour, “The Blown Away Tour,” which performed a total of 112 dates in 110 cities, in six countries across three continents, playing for more than one million fans and selling out every concert in 2013.
This past December, Underwood starred as Maria Von Trapp in NBC’s three-hour live broadcast of The Sound of Music, based on the original musical, delivering a ratings bonanza as the show ranked no. 1 across all half hours of the broadcast. More than 44 million viewers saw some or all of the groundbreaking December 5 event and Dec 14 re-airing. Underwood also recently became the voice of primetime television’s no. 1 program, Sunday Night Football on NBC, singing the opening theme song, “Waiting All Day for Sunday Night.”
Guests at Stadium of Fire will also enjoy special performances by the cast of BYUtv’s Studio C. Since premiering on the network in 2012, Studio C has grown from a small sketch comedy show to a national stunner. With more than 30 million YouTube views, and with fans all over the world, members of the cast can hardly go anywhere without being stopped for a photo or autograph. Season four of Studio C premieres on BYUtv on April 7.
This year’s host will be J.R. Martinez, the nationally known U.S. Army soldier who was injured in 2003 by a roadside bomb while serving as an infantryman in Iraq. After returning to the United States and enduring months of painful recovery, J.R. became a motivational speaker, best-selling author and actor who starred on All My Children for three years and also winner of season 13 of ABC’s hit show, Dancing with the Stars. J.R. can currently be seen starring as Alfonso Rivera, a Los Angeles paramedic/firefighter and a member of the U.S. Air Force Pararescue team, in the nationally syndicated drama series, SAF3.
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