Carrie Underwood has been notching top 10 hits on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart since 2006, and before she closes out 2020, Underwood tallies up a new total of 29 entries. But which one is your fave?
Her first single to appear on the airplay-, streaming- and sales-based country chart was “Jesus, Take The Wheel,” which launched to No. 1 and stayed at the top for six weeks. The American Idol winner has 13 more chart-toppers to her name, including “Before He Cheats,” “Temporary Home,” “So Small” and “All-American Girl.”
Her last two entries come from her first, full-length Christmas album My Gift that she released on Sept. 25: “Hallelujah” with John Legend ascends to No. 3 in the Jan. 2-dated week, while “Favorite Time of Year” flies in at No. 5. The other duets listed in Underwood’s 29 top 10 hits are “Remind Me” with Brad Paisley (No. 1, 2011), “Somethin’ Bad” with Miranda Lambert (No. 1, 2014), “I Told You So” with Randy Travis (No. 2, 2009), and “The Fighter” with Keith Urban (No. 2, 2017).
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