It was back in 2010 when Carrie Underwood performed at the Super Bowl. She was classy then and she is classy now. The same cannot be said for race baiting Beyoncé who's Super Bowl show was a disgraceful homage to Black Lives Matter and cop killers.

Underwood posted about her performance on social media and it will leave you wishing we had an entertainer who was supportive of her country and men and women who serve it.


A group of soldiers who were stationed with a NATO training mission at Camp Eggers in Kabul, Afghanistan were among the viewers, linked in live via satellite as Underwood sang. Some of the players on the field were visibly moved by her fiery performance, which MTV termed “stellar.”
The country superstar shared pictures from that memorable day in a post to Facebook a few days before the Super Bowl in 2016.

#TBT to singing the national anthem at the 2010 #SuperBowl!

Posted by Carrie Underwood on Thursday, 4 February 2016

Super Bowl XLIV featured the New Orleans Saints squaring off against the Indianapolis Colts on Feb. 7, 2010. The game took place at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla., and ended with the Saints defeating the Colts 31-17. Legendary rockers the Who provided the halftime entertainment, and it fell to Underwood — one of the most powerful vocalists in any genre of contemporary music — to sing “The Star-Spangled Banner,” which is widely considered one of the most difficult songs to sing due to its enormous range.

Do you think the NFL has no business putting on a performance like the one Beyoncé did? It was only a few years ago when Underwood performed but that was a different time. A time when race baiters like Beyoncé weren't so emboldened by an out of touch administration that has fueled the racial divide in our nation.




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