Carrie Underwood New Song After Face Injury

Carrie Underwood is indeed unbreakable! Following her horrific accident in November, the country superstar is back in the spotlight with a new single! She’s been dropping hints about the new song all week on Instagram, and now fans can finally listen to its full upbeat glory.

The full track of Carrie’s new song, entitled “The Champion,” has been released today after being teased during the NFL Wild Card game between the Atlanta Falcons and the Los Angeles Rams on Jan. 6. According to Radio.com, the single was commissioned for this year’s Super Bowl in February.

In an interview with Variety last September, Carrie talked about writing “The Champion.” She revealed that she first shared the finished track with her husband Mike Fisher. Mike, who’s a professional hockey player, instantly loved the tune.

In the up-tempo track, which is a collaboration with rapper Ludacris, Carrie Underwood sings about being “invincible, unbreakable, unstoppable, and unshakeable.” Though it was written several months prior, the song can still refer to Carrie’s recent face-altering accident.

“I’ll be the last one standing, two hands in the air I’m a champion. You’ll be looking up at me when it’s over. I live for the battle I’m a soldier, yeah,” Carrie belts out in the sports anthem. 


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