This adorable little girl who’s dressed head-to-toe in hot pink is probably too young to understand the lyrics in Carrie Underwood’s “Good Girl” but that doesn’t mean she can’t rock out to it like the rest of us.
Her carseat belt does very little to restrain her aggressive moves as she shimmies around from side to side while her aunt records her. I’m surprised the three-year-old was able to memorize so many of the lyrics, though if she has practised as much as she has her dance moves it’s not surprising. ADORBZ!
Filming kids singing hit songs seems to be all the rage lately. We saw two friends pout along with Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know” yesterday and a dad lead his kids in a rendition of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” not too long before that.
Carrie Underwood has two different sides in her new “Good Girl” video. On one hand, she’s sweet frilly and pink but she also has a darker alter-ego — you know, the type of girl who wears black clothes, leather and sheer tights.
The new video is for the lead track from her fourth album Blown Away, which comes out on May 1. There’s not much of a plot line for the new video, but it does feature lots of drool-worthy clothes and artsy shots of heels. We see floral Carrie, hipster-glasses Carries, seductress Carrie and we can’t forget Stepford Wife Carrie.
There’s a promising country twang to Carrie Underwood’s new “Good Girl” single and it makes me wish summer were coming sooner.
The song is about a well-bred “good girl” who strays to the
dark mildly naughty side, ie having drinks with the gals, flirting with the guys and YouTubeing NBD Worldwide. Oh! Living on the edge aren’t we Carrie?
The song is a catchy anthem for prepsters who secretly think they live life a little more dangerously than the rest, just because they wear their shirts a little too tight and their skirts a little too short. That said, Carrie kills the song (in a good way) and it will probably be stuck in my head all day.
“Good Girl” will be on Underwood’s still-untitled fourth studio album, which will be out on May 1.