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“It seems like women are expected to be so much more than men, which means we have to work that much harder, We’re the ones under the microscope. We’re expected to sound perfect. We’re expected to look perfect all the time. We’re expected to be style-setters, whereas the boys roll onto the stage in their jeans, T-shirts and baseball caps. I don’t know what we all can do to change this. But I do hope it does change. I would love to see more women making their mark in the music that I love so much… There are so many more out there just waiting for their shot. I hope they get it!” - Carrie Underwood on the lack of female artists in the country genre.

favorite celebrity meme: [1/5] outfits                                                                                  ↳ carrie underwood at the “billboard music awards” in 2012

carrieunderwood: Bye bye beach! I’m gonna miss you!

@bradpaisley: the legend @carrieunderwood crushing it. #leakingmoonshine

"Bro-country is what they’re calling the trend now of the new music and a lot of it’s really, really great. I think for us, while there’s always a necessity to evolve musically if you sound like you’re chasing something particularaly us.. if we sounded like we were going to chase something, I think our fans would of seen right through it. So, it was really important for us like I said, in the beginning to be true to ourselves and try not to sound like we were chasing a trend. Uhm, I think country music is great right now but I think we are ready for a couple of female’s to breakthrough because it’s so male-driven right now and I think we’re poised to launch a couple other big female stars and that would be great to see." - Rascal Flatts on the bro-country trend