Carrie Underwood is under fire. The superstar country singer, “Find Your Path” author, and clothing designer generated a particularly sarcastic – but nonetheless liked – response on her Instagram yesterday after promo for her 2015-founded Calia by Carrie line saw a fan slam the whole affair amid the coronavirus pandemic. COVID-19 has now claimed over 4,000 U.S. deaths and over 46,000 ones worldwide.
Carrie updated her Instagram with a stunning photo of herself rocking her brand’s Power Sculpt Leggings. The 37-year-old likely didn’t expect a power storm to erupt.
Photo Says She’s ‘Trying To Stay Productive’
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Carrie’s photo showed her solo and going through stock from her popular clothing line – the brand was third best-selling after Nike and Under Armor at Dick’s Sporting Goods in 2016.
Seen standing in black PowerSculpt leggings, a zip-up top, and sneakers, Carrie was looking through a rack of clothing from her line, shot in profile and concentrating on the stock collection.
“Trying to stay productive while indoors (and wearing my fave #PowerSculptLeggings), so checking out some new looks from @CALIAbyCarrie! #ChooseYou #StayThePath,” the caption read.
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