Carrie Underwood has revealed that she almost suffered an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction before taking the stage for her Las Vegas residency show, Reflections.
The 40-year-old country star told People magazine that she almost had a fashion mishap ahead of a recent performance at Resorts World Theater.
“Right before I got on stage, the zipper popped open,” Underwood said. “Luckily, my dresser added a big bow and no one could tell the difference. Stage magic, guys.”
The “Before He Cheats” singer resumed his mega-hit Sin City show in June after taking a hiatus for his “Denim & Rhinestone Tour” from October 2022 to March 2023. The performance continued until December.
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On Friday, Underwood debuted the deluxe edition of his 2022 album Denim & Rhinestones, featuring previously released songs “Out of That Track,” “Take Me Out,” and “Give Her.” Contains 6 new songs, including “That”.
The release date of her expanded album coincided with the eight-time Grammy winner’s first “Reflections” show this month.
“We are Burke! See you tonight, Las Vegas!” Ms. Underwood wrote on Instagram ahead of Friday’s show.
On Saturday, Underwood posted a photo of himself performing on Instagram on the merry-go-round, writing, “So much fun last night at @resortsworldlv!!! Great crowd! Let’s go to round 2 tonight! #LasVegas #Reflection.” Added a caption.
September 13, Underwood has announced that he will extend his stay in Las Vegas until 2024, adding 18 additional dates in the spring and summer. She is scheduled to return on March 6th and perform six shows that month, six shows in May, a solo show in June, and five shows in August.
In a recent interview with Las Vegas Magazine, Underwood expressed his excitement for the return of “Reflection” and explained why he loves performing at the show’s venue.
“When you’re at Resorts World, that theater feels so amazing,” she told the outlet.
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“They’ve done a great job setting it up. It’s so easy to meet everyone. For me, that’s the best part. I see some familiar faces. I see members of the fan club. I meet people I’ve met before.” I see people from all over the world in the audience. ”
Last month, Underwood joined Guns N’ Roses’ 2023 Global Tour, performing as the opening act for three dates with the legendary rock band.
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The “American Idol” winner’s setlist included classic rock hits such as Joan Jett’s “Bad Reputation,” Motörhead’s “Ace of Spades” and Led Zeppelin’s “Rock ‘n’ Roll.” A cover was included.
“I was very nervous going into the whole thing because it’s not my audience,” Underwood admitted in an interview with Las Vegas magazine. “I haven’t been an opening act in a long time and only did it for Guns N’ Roses.
“When they called us and said, ‘Hey, do you want to do this?’ we said, ‘Yeah, you can pay us in tickets. We’ll sit there and watch the show and just enjoy it. It’s just that.” ”
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In an interview with People magazine, the singer explained that her most recent “memorable encounter with a fan” happened while she was in a band.
“I ended up playing some shows with Guns N’ Roses in Canada, and there were fans waiting for me at the airport,” she recalled. “I was sure they were waiting, but they were there for me.”