Carrie Underwood’s ‘Waiting All Day for Sunday Night’ Headed to the Big Screen
Carrie Underwood‘s NFL game introduction ‘Waiting All Day for Sunday Night’ has landed her a spot on the big screen.
NBC Sports Group made the announcement that Underwood’s rendition of the opening song finds a place in theaters come July 25. The piece will show her performing the song, as well as a behind-the-scenes look at everything that went into making the song happen. The look at the ‘Sunday Night Football’ opening will not only feature the blonde superstar, but also a few NFL stars, too!
‘Waiting All Day for Sunday Night’ will hit over 19,000 big screens as part of National CineMedia’s First Look pre-show program.
If the song sounds familiar, it’s because you’ve likely heard it before. The tune is set to Joan Jett’s song, ‘I Hate Myself For Loving You.’ This is Underwood’s second consecutive year being the voice of the song. She took over after Faith Hill retired her voice from the role after six consecutive seasons. Yet again, Underwood will be seen in the opening spot in 2014, and judging by a photo, she’s going to look great doing it. The very first ‘SNF’ game will be on Sept. 14 when the Seattle Seahawks will take on the Green Bay Packers.
When she’s not busy singing about football, Underwood is also hitting the road for a few tour dates through September.
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