Carrie Underwood Asks Fans for Videos of Singing and Dancing to New Christmas Song

by Halle Ames
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Carrie Underwood posed in a winter wonderland to ask fans to send in videos of themselves singing to her new song, “Favorite Time of Year.”

Country music star Carrie Underwood took to Twitter yesterday to promote her new Christmas song that is “happy” and “joyful.” Underwood has partnered with Ring to ask fans to upload videos of themselves caroling. In the 20-second clip she posted, the 37-year-old artist tells fans just how to get involved. 

“Hey, everyone, it’s Carrie Underwood. The holidays are finally here, and my new song ‘Favorite Time of Year’ is out now on Amazon Music. Since I love caroling, I’d love to see you sing along to my new song on your Ring video doorbell. Just post your video, tagging me, @Ring, and #doorbellseason. I’m so excited to see what you come up with!”

The tweet, which was posted last night at 8 p.m., has already received over 145 retweets, nine quote tweets, and 1,200 likes. In addition, the video has been viewed over 30,000 times.  

We have seen many things captured on Rings, from the good to the bad to the embarrassing. Let’s hope this new caroling initiative falls within the “good” category. 

In what is either a Ring commercial or Underwood’s new music video, we get a teaser of the song (for those of us that don’t have Amazon Music).

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‘Favorite Time of Year’ is one of many songs that appears on her new and first Christmas album, My Gift. However, this is Underwood’s seventh album in her career.

Some other voices that will be heard on the album belong to John Legend and Underwood’s 5-year-old son, Isaiah. His adorable voice plays a significant role in her song, “Little Drummer Boy.” Isaiah has big dreams of being a singer like her very talented mother.  

We can’t wait to see what the people of the social media world come up with for their Ring caroling videos! Pardon us while we go make some popcorn in the meantime.

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