Carrie Underwood Fans Blast Grammy Museum For Leaving Her Off ‘The Power Of Women In Country Music’ Exhibit

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The Grammy Museum is rolling out the red carpet for a brand new exhibit.

Officially dubbed ‘The Power Of Women In Country Music’ according to their website, it will highlight women throughout the decades who have made a significant impact on the genre of country music:

“The immersive new exhibit highlights the past, present and future of women superstars in country music.”

It will include names like Dolly Parton, Reba, Miranda Lambert, Loretta Lynn, Rosanne Cash, LeAnn Rimes, Shania Twain, Taylor Swift, Mickey Guyton, Carly Pearce, Maybelle and Sara Carter, Patsy Cline, Emmylou Harris and plenty more:

But there was a massive name that was noticeably absent from the exhibit: Carrie Underwood. Carrie won a Grammy just this year for Best Roots Gospel Album for her incredible 2021 My Savior album.

They also left out Alison Krauss, who has a whopping 27 Grammy Awards to her name.

It is extremely odd (and confusing) that they didn’t include Carrie, who has been one of two female superstars in mainstream country music for the last decade plus (along with Miranda), and fans on Twitter took notice:

The exhibit launches on May 27th and will run through October 2nd. I don’t think there will be any Carrie fans there, though…

She is gearing up to release her next studio album, Denim And Rhinestones, on June 10th.

The lead single is “Ghost Story,” which, she literally just performed live… on the Grammys.

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