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In 2005 Carrie Underwood was a contestant on American Idol and became the winner of that season. Later that year she released her debut album "Some Hearts." Her second album became the fastest selling album for any female artist in music. She has sold over 65 million albums, won nearly 200 music awards and her records have been certified Platinum 24 times. When you see her live in concert you can hear chart-topping hits like Jesus, Take the Wheel, Before He Cheats and Mama's Song.

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