While other celebs might be out there indulging in various late night escapades and wardrobe malfunctions, Carrie Underwood, on the other hand, says she doesn’t carry the burden of being a role model to young girls lightly. “I take it very seriously, and my motto is, I would never want to do anything that would embarrass my own children in the future,” Carrie tells fans during an Invitation Only Q&A set to air tomorrow night at 9 p.m. ET on CMT.
“I think that’s the best way to look at things,” she adds. “Or, I never want to do anything that would make my parents, my role models, disappointed in me.”
As for how she arrived at the superstar status she enjoys today, Carrie is also grateful to American Idol.
“I literally would not change a thing at all, not bad stuff,” she reveals. “Not Simon [Cowell], like, ripping me apart on national television, in front of millions and millions of people, because that brought me to where I am now. And I’m so blessed, I wouldn’t change a thing.”
Invitation Only: Carrie Underwood will feature performances by the country songstress, including new songs from her album Play On, and a laid-back Q&A with the audience.