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Il vero motivo per cui Carrie Underwood ha cancellato la sua esibizione nel finale di American Idol


Se ti sei sintonizzato sul finale della stagione 20 di “American Idol” il 22 maggio per vedere l’esibizione di Carrie Underwood, una delle esportazioni di maggior successo di “Idol”, probabilmente sei rimasto deluso. Il 15 maggio, People ha confermato che Underwood si sarebbe unita a una formazione costellata di artisti nell’ultimo spettacolo della stagione, rivelando che si sarebbe esibita sullo stesso palco di artisti del calibro di Michael Bublé e dei giudici superstar dello spettacolo, Katy Perry , Luke Bryan e Lionel Richie.

But while Underwood was supposed to be there to show off just how successful and talented "Idol"'s winners really are, it was announced at the top of the show that she wouldn't be performing after all. So, why did the "Ghost Story" singer really cancel her appearance at the last minute?

Carrie Underwood's Covid exposure

Carrie Underwood had a legitimate reason from skipping out on her scheduled "American Idol" performance, as safety concerns kept her away from the stage. Host Ryan Seacrest confirmed Underwood had canceled her performance, saying (via Taste of Country), "There was a COVID exposure within Carrie Underwood's group. So following protocol, she is unable to perform tonight. Sad, but you can check her out on her tour, 'Denim & Rhinestones.' That tour coming this fall. So, go see her."

Naturally, fans were pretty disappointed by her absence and also sent their well-wishes on social media. "@carrieunderwood bummed you're not going to be on Idol, but hope you're healthy and whoever is sick gets better soon," one person tweeted. Another wrote, "So bummed that you were not able to perform on Idol tonight but your health is more important. Hoping you're ok."

Underwood hasn't spoken publicly about her canceled performance, but shared an adorable Instagram snap of her sons, Isaiah and Jacob, rocking matching jackets from her Las Vegas residency just a few hours before the news broke. It's not known if Underwood is vaccinated against COVID-19, though her husband, Mike Fisher, made it clear he stood by football star Aaron Rodgers in November 2021 after he made it clear he did not plan to get the vaccine right away. "I believe in the freedom to choose what we put in our bodies and the freedom of conscience," Fisher wrote on Instagram, with Underwood liking the post.

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