Carrie Underwood Gives Back To Military Familes
Carrie Underwood didn’t take a break, after hosting last week’s 50th annual CMA Awards. She gave back to deserving military families….
By Patrick Knight on November 7, 2016
Carrie Underwood didn’t take a break, after hosting last week’s 50th annual CMA Awards.
On Friday, Carrie took to the sea to perform a special show aboard the new Carnival Vista cruise ship. More than 700 military families sat in the audience, as a part of Carnival Cruise Line’s commitment to working with service men and women through Operation Homefront.
Carrie spoke about her performance, saying, “It’s important I think for all of us at some point to be able to sit back and say thank you to our military families. Our military families have members that spend a lot of time away from their families. Family time is important and the families are back home trying to keep everything going, keeping it all together when their loved ones are away. So for them to be able to spend some time aboard a Carnival Cruise Line ship and get to have that time together, is just really important. I’m glad to be here, glad to be a part of it, glad to say thank you.” (Via: Entertainment Tonight)
(Photo credit: Larry McCormack/ The Tennessean via USA TODAY Sports)