"Getting revenge on a guy is just not worth it to me.I mean, it definitely sucks at the time, but obviously you're not supposed to be with that person," she says, a sly smile creeping across her face.I'd sung at Okrafest, where ten people were listening. This little Chihuahua gets stuck in a Mexican dogfighting ring, and it's supposed to be funny, but oh no, it's not. Is "Cowboy Casanova" about the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys?
"In the romantic sense, I'm pretty useless with guys," she admits. It's the chivalry thing and the extra attention that I like."When asked whether she's at all like the vengeful girl in her mega hit song "Before He Cheats," Carrie says, without any hesitation: "Cheating is a deal breaker.If you cheat, you're gone." But would she ever take a Louisville Slugger to both headlights of an unfaithful guy's car, as described in her lyrics? The Dallas Cowboys quarterback has moved on from ex Jessica Simpson and is reportedly dating a blond look-alike.But the new woman in question isn't just any blond – Romo is said to be dating "Gossip Girl" star Chace Crawford's younger sister, Candice.At press time, the three-time Grammy Award winner was scheduled to be inducted into the Grand Ole Opry (a prestigious group of country music's most successful artists) in May and to perform at the Country Music Association Music Festival in June.When she does finally step back from her whirlwind schedule and take a much-deserved break, Carrie plans to spend time with friends in her adopted hometown of Nashville. Granted, I don't get hammered or do anything to embarrass myself. I've learned the most throughout my life from age twenty-two till now. When I cry, it starts like in my throat, so when I have something that's really emotional, sometimes if I access that too much, I can't finish the song. If you don't mean it, they're going to know you don't mean it. You know, it just enhances everything you're going through. My dad was driving, and he said, "If you want to go home, we can go home, and you never have to think about this again." And I thought, If I don't go, I'm choosing for this not to happen. So I figured it would be easier for me to get kicked off American Idol than to have it be my own decision. People can take your words and make them into something awful and something you never meant it to be. It's hard to find people who don't want something from you. I've seen people that get onstage and sing while they have tears running down their face — I can't do that.Just three short years after winning the fourth season of American Idol , 25-year-old Carrie Underwood has seemingly undergone a radical transformation — from a shy, plainly dressed girl from Checotah, Oklahoma, to a chart-topping singer who performs in front of massive sold-out stadium crowds, sporting sexy above-the knee boots and black mini shorts. The second she wraps her Cosmo cover shoot at a New York City photo studio, the petite blond sheds the designer duds that she's been expertly posing in and slips into her own clothes: loose-fitting gray sweatpants, a blue hoodie sweatshirt, and white sneakers. Her most recent release, Carnival Ride, which debuted at number one this past October, has gone multiplatinum."I don't consider myself sexy," she says in her soft Southern voice. (She finished touring with Keith Urban in April and will continue to hit various national venues solo all the way through September.) The title of the record, says Carrie, describes "the wonderful craziness I've been through over the past couple of years."No doubt her romantic life played a part in that wild ride.