Multi-platinum recording artist and country superstar Carrie Underwood added a few more gold and platinum sales plaques to her mantel on Monday (Oct. 7) in New York City. As the singer prepares for her role in NBC's live broadcast of "The Sound Of Music," Underwood took a break to relish in her hard work and was presented with three RIAA certifications, commemorating the success of "Good Girl," "Two Black Cadillacs" and her "Blown Away Tour: LIVE" DVD set.
As the lead single from her No. 1 album "Blown Away," "Good Girl" has reached the two million sales milestone, while "Two Black Cadillacs" (the album's third single) has pushed over one million downloads. Underwood's first ever DVD project was saluted for sales of over 500,000 units, earning gold status. In light of her album's incredible success, the 30-year-old landed three deserved nominations at this year's upcoming 47th Annual CMA Awards, including Album of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year.
Currently residing in New York City, Underwood is set to rehearse for "The Sound Of Music," which goes live for one night only on Dec. 5. It will be broadcast on the NBC Television Network at 8 p.m. EST. Also, she joins Brad Paisley as the co-hosts for this year's CMA Awards for the sixth year running live from Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Nov. 6 at 8 p.m. EST on ABC Television Network.