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Carry Underwood and Steven Tyler Teamed Up for Super Bowl 2012 CMT Crossroads Episode

 

Popular singer Carry Underwood and Steven Tyler joined forces throwing a huge Super Bowl party bash as they partner up for the CMT Crossroas: Steven Tyler and Carrie Underwood Live From Pepsi Super Bowl Fan Jam.

Apparently, being that Carry Underwood, 28, started off her career on American Idol – the hit singing show where Tyler currently moonlights as a judge – it’s only fitting that the CMT series Crossroads, which pairs country singers with artists of other genres for a singalong and story-sharing session, has picked the duo to team up for an episode schedule to air live (11pm EST) from Indianapolis on Feb. 4, the day before Super Bowl XLVI.

According to the sites view, Carry Underwood and Steven Tyler teamed up will take on one another’s favourite of the fans during their high energy, not to be missed performance.

During rehearsals in Indianapolis, Underwood said of the upcoming show:

“I’m excited about our opening. I don’t want to give away too much.”

“And I’m excited about a marriage of two songs that we put together, which is phenomenal,” Tyler added.

Meanwhile, in the summer of 2010, Underwood married pro-hockey player, Mike Fisher. Underwood’s latest album, “Play On” was released in 2009 and the country singer is currently preparing to release her fourth studio album on May 1, it was announced on February 2. The album’s first single will be “Good Girl.”

Watch Carrie Underwood and Steven Tyler prepare for their special “CMT Crossroads,” which is set to air at 11 p.m. ET on Saturday, February 4 on CMT.

The Super Bowl 2012 will have a kick off time at exactly 6:30 pm EST, live at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. Watch out for the Super Bowl 2012 live stream which will be available via NBC Sports and NFL’s website.

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