Carrie Underwood Nominated For Golden Globe
Carrie Underwood continues to prove that there is no awards show she can't handle.
The five-time Grammy winner and two-time Academy of Country Music Entertainer of the Year received a new honor today with the announcement of a Golden Globe nomination in the "Best Original Song - Motion Picture" category for her co-written song "There's A Place For Us" from the film "Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader."
This is the country star's first-ever Golden Globe recognition.
"I am absolutely thrilled by the wonderful honor today," says Underwood. "It was such an exciting endeavor to have been asked to create music for the film. I grew up with the books and have been a fan of the earlier two movie. I can't wait for the Golden Globes."
The country singer created "There's A Place For Us" with frequent co-writers and now fellow Golden Globe nominees, Hillary Lindsey and David Hodges. The song became the end title song in the film.
"Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Threader," dirercted by Michael Apted, was released in theaters this past weekend and debuted at No. 1 at the box office.