Carrie Underwood remembers the day she wrote"Good Girl" a little bit differently than her co-writers Ashley Gorley and Chris DeStefano.
Prior to a No. 1 party on Tuesday afternoon (Aug. 28) at the CMA offices, the two men reminisced about having a writing appointment already scheduled when they were asked if they'd consider bringing in Underwood that day.
However, an upbeat Underwood told the crowd, "I totally crashed their writing session."
Dressed in a bright orange shirt and really short shorts, Underwood noted, "They were getting together for the day to write in L.A., and I just happened to be there with the day off. Never happens. So it was go shopping or go and write with these two -- and I think I made the right decision."
After chuckles from the crowd, she continued, "We had such a wonderful time writing this song. It came out so fast, and it was so fun. Chris can play anything ... so pretty much by the end of the day, I walked out with a demo in my hand. Next thing you know, yes, it's going on the album. Yes, it's going to be our first single. And what a great start to this album. So I'm very appreciative of these two guys."
After graciously thanking her co-writers, as well as their families and associates, Underwood closed her speech by cheerfully remarking, "Hopefully we can do this again sometime!"
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