Carrie Underwood Reveals Major Sweat In Electric-Blue Leggings

Carrie Underwood today wasn't above admitting that her power workout resulted in major sweat. The 38-year-old country singer and CALIA by Carrie founder today ditched the music career for the side gig that's no joke, with an Instagram update seeing her both promoting her 2005-founded clothing line and revealing it's landed a sweet spot at a Dick's Sporting Goods outlet. CALIA already ranked third after Nike and Under Armour at the chain back in 2016. 2021 is set to be a killer. See why below.

New Section At Dick's Sporting Goods

Carrie Underwood stretching on a mat
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Scroll for the photos. They come as Carrie celebrates six years since the launch of her popular athleisurewear line, one that now forms an empire alongside 2020-released Find Your Path diet and exercise book, plus the star's Fit52 fitness app, also launched last year.

Carrie's Monday Instagram photos showed her both posing indoors amid rows of her clothing and, far more eye-catching, delivering a grass-set group workout with other women. The "Southbound" singer delivered a powerful and steady plank, plus a little confession.

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The "Cry Pretty" hit-maker, looking rock-hard and healthy in skin-tight and electric-blue leggings, plus a ruched and light workout tank, smiled confidently as she kept comfy in sneakers, telling fans:

"Had a great time at the grand opening of @dickssportinggoods House of Sport in Knoxville and seeing the incredible @caliabycarrie section! Kudos to all the ladies who joined @eveoverlandfitness and me for a sweat session to celebrate. And boy did we sweat! 😅💪."

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Comments Aren't All Great

Carrie Underwood running poolside
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Carrie, who has faced backlash in the past over CALIA being somewhat-pricey, might see fans vow by her merch on account of its high quality, but some replying today were grumbling. "Too expensive and sizes are too small," one fan wrote, with another saying: "Why are your clothes so expensive."

Others, however, sent love: "So proud of all of your accomplishments! This is awesome!" one wrote.

Carrie tends not to reply to negative comments - or even positive ones - but she has spoken out about her brand.

A Creative Outlet

Last year, and while speaking to Forbes, Carrie mentioned her apparel line, one that now retails everything from hold-all bags and jackets to bikinis.

“CALIA is one of those ways [to be creative], getting to go to virtual meetings and look at design elements and try to figure out what we're gonna do with that,” she said; “I'm lucky that I have a lot of creative things that don't just rely on being on stage in front of people.” 

Carrie has a reported net worth of $200 million.