Carrie Underwood to Debut ‘Two Black Cadillacs’ at 2012 American Music Awards
Carrie Underwood jumps from one awards show to another, but only to perform this time. Here's more from Taste of Country's Jessica Nicholson.
On the heels of her dramatic ballad 'Blown Away,' Carrie Underwood will debut 'Two Black Cadillacs' -- the third single from her platinum-selling album 'Blown Away' -- during her performance at the 2012 American Music Awards on Sunday (Nov. 18).
'Two Black Cadillacs' depicts a story of secrets and revenge revolving around two women who meet for the first time while attending one man's funeral -- his wife and 'the woman who loved him at night.' While friends and family gather to recall what a good man he supposedly was, neither of the black-veiled women is all that sad to see him go. In fact, each woman hides a secret of her own.
Underwood is also a double-nominee at the American Music Awards. She's up for Favorite Female Artist - Country and Favorite Album - Country for 'Blown Away.' The 2012 album debuted atop both the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and the all-genre Billboard 200 chart.
Given Underwood's dramatic performances of 'Blown Away' on 'American Idol' and the Billboard Music Awards, we can't wait to see the production that she and her team conjure up for this debut of 'Two Black Cadillacs.'
The 2012 American Music Awards air Sunday (Nov. 18) at 8PM ET on ABC.