Bolstered by the huge crossover success of the singles "Jesus, Take the Wheel" and "Before He Cheats", it became the best-selling solo female debut album in country music history, the fastest-selling debut country album in Nielsen Sound Scan history and the best-selling country album of the last 14 years.Underwood won three Grammy Awards for the album, including Best New Artist. It had one of the biggest ever opening weeks by a female artist and earned Underwood two Grammy Awards.'The rest of my life I feel like I'm incredibly disappointing to people.Like if I run into someone at the grocery store, I really don't know what to say because I don't have a microphone in my hand or bling on,' she confessed.But it sounds like Carrie’s toned legs don’t come easy.Underwood’s trainer Erin Oprea spoke out about how she helped Carrie achieve what social media users are referring to as “leg goals” to , admitting that the Calia by Carrie Underwood athleisure brand owner’s toned thighs didn’t happen overnight and took a whole lot of dedication to her workout routine.ACM viewers flocked to social media to fawn over Underwood’s seriously toned pins, which Underwood proudly flaunted during her performances of “Church Bells” and “The Fighter” alongside Keith Urban.
“It requires consistency, hard work, and very few splurges.” Erin also teased how fans can attempt to recreate Carrie’s legs by copying her work out and exercise routine, admitting that Underwood puts in a whole lot of work out time to keep her legs in shape.
The Dirty Laundry singer was also nominated for Entertainer of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year. That's Carrie Underwood,' she told Redbook magazine in October.
Despite her incredible stage presence though, Carrie maintains she's a completely different person behind the scenes. And the blonde beauty admits she's worried it's a letdown to fans when they realize just how normal she really is.
'They expect me to be Carrie Underwood, but I'm just Carrie. 'After becoming mom to son Isaiah, two, with her pro ice hockey playing husband, Mike Fisher, 36, the country music star admits she's still trying to figure how how to balance her career with being a mother.
But Carrie admits she's finally learning to accept outside help.