Carrie Underwood is set to return to NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” for the upcoming 2014 season.
The superstar promises one big party for her second season performing “Waiting All Day for Sunday Night.” “This year, they were going for a roaming party-concert — lots of lights and they wanted it to feel really high energy,” she recently told The Hollywood Reporter.
While the song will be the same, this year, fans will hear a somewhat newer version. “I got to go back into the studio and make a few tweaks,” she explained.
In addition to opening each week of the regular 2014 season, Underwood will also appear in the kick off video for Super Bowl XLIX. “Sunday Night Football”coordinating producer Fred Gaudelli revealed that the Super Bowl open will feature “high end digital graphics, the Lombardi trophy replicated larger than life, and the traditional Super Bowl roman numerals taking various shapes across the screen.”
“I feel the glamour a bit more in that one,” says Underwood. “It’s a game like no other so they wanted to make it have an opening like no other.”
NFL stars such as Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, Terrell Suggs, and J.J. Watt will also appear alongside Underwood in the new SNF opening.
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