While in New York City to bring her Cry Pretty 360 tour to Madison Square Garden, Carrie Underwood dropped by the Ed Sullivan Theater (Oct 3) for a chat and performance on the Late Show With Stephen Colbert.
The American Idol season 4 winner performed a soulful, slow burning rendition of “Low” from her 2018 Cry Pretty album. Check it out below.
Earlier in the broadcast Carrie sat for a chat with host Stephen Colbert. Stephen mentioned that last week was the 15th anniversary of Carrie auditioning for American Idol. She reminisced on boarding a plane for the first time ever to fly out for Hollywood Week.
Fun fact: Carrie got college credit for appearing on American Idol! They also discussed her 12th stint co-hosting the Country Music Awards in November with Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire. Regarding the theme, celebrating the legacy of women in country music, Carrie declares that “women are the backbone of country music!” All the greats taught her to sing, she said. People like Dolly, Reba, Loretta, Patsy and Tammy don’t even need last names.
Watch the interview below.