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Carrie Underwood meets with fan club at country hall of fame

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One of the biggest names in Nashville has just wrapped a world tour, and now she's ready for a different type of show.

The current queen of country, Carrie Underwood, just finished her "Blown Away" tour, and after more than a year on the road, you can bet it feels good to be home in Music City.

Underwood has a busy schedule planned for the CMA Music Festival this week, and that includes a special question-and-answer session with fans Tuesday at the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Underwood, who has had 17 No. 1 hits in the last eight years, also performed for 200 lucky fan club members - many of whom have been with her every step of the way since her win on American Idol.

For the fans who hope to have their names on the marquee one day, Underwood has some advice.

"Keep singing in your shower and in your car and wherever you can. The No. 1 thing, I think, would just be to sing as much as possible," Underwood said.

Her tour entertained more than 1 million fans, and she recently donated $1 million to the American Red Cross disaster relief efforts in her native Oklahoma.

She will sing her new single See You Again during Wednesday's CMT Music Awards at Bridgestone Arena with the aid of two dozen choir members from Nashville's Christ Church.

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