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Thanks to her grueling ‘Sound of Music’ schedule, Carrie might be losing one of her favorite things, hubby, Mike, according to a shocking new report!
Just like Maria von Trapp, Carrie doesn’t pay attention to what anyone else thinks! The reviews of Carrie’s ‘Sound of Music Live’ performance may be mixed, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t proud of herself — and defended herself and the cast on Twitter!
Carrie Underwood took a huge risk when she starred in a live televised production of The Sound of Music alongside True Blood’s Stephen Moyer. Trying to remake a movie as widely-loved as the Julie Andrews classic was bound to be met with criticism — even from an original cast member — but she declared that she “couldn’t be more proud” of what she had accomplished.
Carrie took on the role of Gretl for the live remake of the 1965 hit film on Dec. 5 and the original Gretl didn’t have very kind words for the country music star.
Carrie Underwood will definitely be disappointed when she learns that Kym Karath, who played Gretl Von Trapp in the original The Sound of Music felt like Carrie didn’t live up to the high expectations of fans and stars of the original film.
The reviews are in, and top critics have officially fallen in love with Carrie Underwood as Maria von Trapp in ‘The Sound Of Music Live’! NBC’s live production finally aired on Dec. 5, and reviews from the industry’s brightest have been extremely positive.
Even though no one could ever replace the legendary Julie Andrews, we have to admit, we thought Carrie Underwood was wonderful as Maria in NBC’s live Sound of Music production on Dec. 5 — and so did critics. Some reviews of the live production have been described as “superior” and “all whiskers on kittens!”
The hills are alive! (No, not Lauren Conrad’s ‘Hills.’) The first official teaser for Carrie Underwood’s ‘The Sound of Music’ aired Nov. 7, and it looks like the cast is having a ball.
Everyone loves some classic holiday cheer, and this year, NBC is doing something very different with its old-school live production of The Sound of Music. With Carrie Underwood, 30, playing Maria and True Blood‘s sexy vamp Stephen Moyer taking on the role of Captain Von Trapp, it’s sure to be quite the spectacle.