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Carrie Underwood Reveals What “Stinks” In Her Life And Who She’d Like To Work With Next

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Let’s get one thing straight. Carrie Underwood doesn’t stink, but something in her life can get smelly at times.

In an interview with UK Glamour, Carrie Underwood candidly admitted her tour bus can get a little stinky now and again.

Unlike many artists, Carrie doesn’t have an entourage waiting on her hand and foot. Self-sufficient, Carrie takes care of herself on the road.

‘[I do my own laundry and I cook] veggie burgers and quesadillas, mainly ‘ people walk on the tour bus and it stinks,’ revealed Carrie (quote via Music-News).

Even with fame and fortune, Carrie keeps things simple when it comes to touring, and now she’s considering collaborating with other artists in the future again.

‘I love Jessie J,” said Carrie. “I think she’s fearless, which is great. [And] Coldplay. Adele, of course. I’m up for anything. I want to make country music that everyone can like.”

Collaboration between Carrie and any other musician would surely to be successful, just like when she and Brad Paisley sang “Remind Me” together, but this starlet might just have even bigger plans in her future.

Never forgetting how her career jump-started by American Idol back in 2005, Carrie hinted she might even someday consider becoming a judge on the show.

‘I’d never say never,” said Carrie regarding the show. “I think I could do things in a very constructive way. But those initial auditions, where you have to say no to someone or tell them to stop? I don’t know if I could do that.”

Luckily she doesn’t have to worry about kicking anyone off of Idol just yet. She’s still touring around in her ol’ stinky bus. To see where this “Good Girl” singer is headed next, click here.

-Ashley Quadros, CBS Local

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