Not everyone likes a winner . . .
OK, I know. This blog is really degenerating. First in a number of posts I showcase that sultry all-girl pop-group who's name can't be spoken, then I feature Borat, and now American Idol winner Carrie Underwood who won female vocalist of the year at the 40th Annual Country Music Association Awards in Nashville yesterday.
And not a word about the Election.
Of course, this is because I don't want to talk about the election. I just don't think too much will change. But, Carrie winning this CMA award, is, of course, very important to humanity.
And, hey, everyone who does some blogg-googling of Carrie's name will now find my blog. So, perhaps this is just commercialism on my part.
Nah. I really care. I do.
Anyway, that's a long way of introducing this clip with Carrie winning and Faith Hill not winning.
Please note Faith's reaction. For the record, she may be kidding. We just don't know. I kind of like Faith Hill a lot more than Carrie. She is raising her hands in victory, then realizes she didn't win and you don't have to be a lip-reader to see the big WHAT? formed by her lips . . .
Will I be banned by progressive sites now when I tip-toed into redneck country?
Perhaps Faith Hill singing "Help Me Make It Through The Night" is appropriate. Oh, do I love that song . . .
Or, maybe Faith Hill's "Cry" is in place? After all country music makes it easy to find the right songs for this occasion . . .