Found April 18, 2013 on
Earlier this week the news broke that Faith Hill was not going to be welcoming football fans when they sat down to watch Sunday Night Football anymore. For whatever reason there is (and we don't know) SNF and Mrs. McGraw have parted ways.
At the time the folks with Sunday Night Football said that they did not know who was going to take over; just that the song would remain. You know what that means, right? Time for speculation and rumors!
Rumor has it that the good people at NBC Sports have been chatting with former American Idol winner and country music star Carrie Underwood (who also happens to be hot so thank you NBC Sports).
A Facebook page has already been created in support of the idea, but other than that and a post off of TerezOwens there is no indication that this is going to become a reality. It would be a great idea and a good replacement for Faith...
Only time will tell...
(Where it all began for Ms. Underwood...)
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Faith Hill has been singing the theme for Sunday Night Football since 2007. She has done a wonderful job, and will be missed. However, change can be a good thing....or a very bad thing. We are going to look at some odd and outrageous choices for her replacement.5. Tupac HologramWe start this list being financially aware. While paying out multi million dollar contracts yearly, maybe...
There were times in the last six seasons when the highlight of NBC's Sunday Night Football broadcasts took place before kickoff. That's because the immortal Faith "Legatron" Hill hypnotized male viewers worldwide with her pregame song and dance before announcing on Monday that she's stepping down.
As Hill wrote in an online goodbye message, it's time...
It was learned this week that Sunday Night Football will be without country music superstar Faith Hill doing the lead in. Hill decided to opt out of another season on the primetime football broadcast and wants someone else to step in. Who should be the replacement?
One thing is for certain, NBC is not going to go controversial for the opening. ABC recently canned Hank Williams Jr...
When you've been waiting all day for Sunday night for six straight years, you're going to get burned out. Faith is no longer the singer/performer/entertainer for the Sunday Night Football theme song.
The sun is actually out. Too bad that is going to change as soon as tomorrow.
Faith Hill is no longer waiting all week for Sunday night.
Ben Revere is still doing this out in Philadelphia.
In the wake of the terrible incidents yesterday, Sports Illustrated has announced that they will be running this cover in their next issue.
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