Carrie Underwood Shares How She Got Her Toned Legs and Reacts to Winning Best Roots Gospel GRAMMY (Exclusive)

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Carrie Underwood was a winner at Sunday night's GRAMMY Awards, but it was her toned physique that nearly stole the show. ET's Kevin Frazier spoke with Underwood after her powerful performance of her new single, "Ghost Story," and how she got those legs everyone has been talking about.

"I love fitness," Underwood gushed. "I do have a fitness app called Fit52, and I practice what I preach, so, I love to work out and it’s nothing really complicated, things like squats and lunges and things like that, but I do like to work out. I like feeling strong."

Underwood's legs weren't the only winner. The American Idol alum also took home a GRAMMY in the Best Roots Gospel Album category for her album, My Savior

"It means so much," she said of the big win. "I feel like I’ve just been super emotional all night, but I love this album so much, and it’s something that I’ve just always wanted to make, and I got to finally."

Underwood continued. "And I really did it very selfishly, because I just wanted to sing these songs and kind of get to live in that space for a little while, and the fact that it’s resonated with people, it just means the world to me."

Carrie Underwood performs onstage during the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 03, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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With the premiere of her new single, "Ghost Story," at Sunday night's show, new music is on the way for the GRAMMY winner.

"'Ghost Story,' yes, just so exciting to have new music, and there’s a lot more to come, but premiering 'Ghost Story' on the GRAMMYs, I mean, how could it get any bigger than that? So, I was very nervous, but very excited," Underwood said of her performance.

Ahead of the ceremony, the 39-year-old singer stunned on the red carpet in a show-stopping gold Dolce & Gabbana gown with husband Mike Fisher by her side. Underwood told ET that dress made her feel "like a princess."

"Been wearing that almost all night," she said of her gold gown before dishing on her after-show look. "This is Dolce & Gabbana, as well, but I just put it on and I just felt like a princess, so, I was like, 'It just feels right and I’m going to roll with it.'"

Carrie Underwood
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Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher
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And with that Underwood was off to celebrate her big win, but not without again touching on how much the win means to her.

"It does, it does more than anybody could ever know," she added of her GRAMMY win. "And praise to God, and I’m just glad I’m here. Get to celebrate now."

The 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards broadcasted live on CBS and is streaming on demand on Paramount+. Follow along at ETonline.com for everything you need for music's biggest night, including performers, GRAMMY winners and more. 

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