Carrie Underwood’s Top 5 Most Popular Music Videos

by Jacklyn Krol
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Discover Carrie Underwood’s top five music videos of all time.

No. 5 “Drinking Alone”

Underwood’s “Drinking Alone” may be a newer release but it has become an instant hit. It is nominated at the 2020 CMT Music Awards for the coveted Video of the Year. The song itself has elements of country music but is more along the lines of a soulful single.

Underwood performs the song in a black hat and old-school microphone while the story of her night at a bar plays out. In the song and story of the couple, the pair find that drinking alone is lonesome and they can drink alone, together.

No. 4 “Jesus Take The Wheel”

Who could forget this classic? Underwood tells the story of a mother, father, and son struggling. Underwood is seen singing along while the story plays out of the family’s struggles and asking for Jesus’ help with their lives. By the end of the video, the family is put back together and are reconciling.

No. 3 “The Champion”

Underwood teamed up with rap and pop legend Ludacris for “The Champion.” The music video depicts different kinds of champions from children to war heroes and frontline workers. Underwood and Ludacris are seen recording the song in the studio.

The song debuted on January 12, 2018 to rave reviews and served as the theme song for Super Bowl LII. Additionally, it was a bonus track on Underwood’s sixth studio album, Cry Pretty. Overall it gained critical reception as a pop-country anthem and charted No. 47 on the Billboard Hot 100.

No. 2 “Somethin’ Bad”

Underwood’s collaboration with Miranda Lambert is something great. The music video features the women as criminals of a bank heist and poker tournament. They have epic outfits as they sing next to motorcycles before jetting off in a helicopter.

Carrie Underwood’s All-Time No. 1 Music Video

Drumroll please… “Before He Cheats” has an impressive 128 million views to date. Although the song is a country sensation, it has become a crossover hit to the pop mainstream world. The video depicts Underwood actually taking a Louisville slugger to both headlights of her ex’s car. It also shows how he cheated and her epic revenge. The video concludes with the town in shambles and Underwood standing strong.