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Carrie Underwood welcomed fans back to NBC's "Sunday Night Football" last night. According to reports, the popular country music star makes an insane amount of money from the NFL gig. Per sportskeeda.com...
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Now in her 10th season as the "Sunday NIght Football" performer, some have wondered how much the Grammy award-winning artist is paid. According to AllSportsFaq.com, she is paid approximately $1 million each week. Therefore, she totals about $18 million a season for her performances.

As one of the most famous country music artist of all time, there is clearly a big price tag to have her represent the sport.
(The Spun)
Filed Under: NFL
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DVinBR10 months
literally the worst intro to any football game
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6R1210 months
Sadly companies think that we listen to celebrities' opinions to decide how to buy. Maybe a small segment of society does but most people know those celebrities drive up the prices. I hate added cost to pay some idiot.
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jatilen10 months
F this ho, bring back Hank
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Zzyzx10 months
Does it change every week? I thought it was just a repeat of one song the whole season
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biglego10 months
Wow. NFL could’ve paid any no name singer a fraction of that and ratings would be unchanged. Nobody tunes in bc of her lol
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cajunmud10 months
And the songwriter gets $1k/week.
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RichJ10 months
Best legs in music, period…
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benoit47910 months
Beyonce and it ain't even close
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AUdime10 months
$18 mil to perform a Joan Jett cover.
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jrobic410 months
1. That's insane--they are idiots for not paying her to record the song and retaining all rights. I am sure there is someone just as famous willing to do it for cheaper
2. She is not Country, AT ALL
3. Wood anyway
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Coater10 months
I think they tweak it each week depending on who is playing
But, yeah, seems like a waste of money
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TFH10 months
Faith Hill had a much better voice.
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Redbone10 months
Looks better nekkid though.
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