Carrie Underwood Uses Her Voice For Oklahoma
Carrie Underwood will pay tribute to the victims of the Oklahoma tornadoes during her appearance at the CMT Music Awards.
She will re-tool her current single "See You Again" as a somber memorial to the victims with the help of two dozen choir members of the Nashville Christ Church.
Tornadoes have killed dozens in Oklahoma the past two weeks, which has led to an outpouring of support from country music's biggest stars. Blake Shelton hosted a televised special. Toby Keith, Ronnie Dunn and others are planning a benefit concert later this summer. Underwood wrote a check for one million dollars to help the Red Cross tornado relief efforts.
During the CMT Awards, you will be directed how to donate to the Red Cross tornado relief fund. The CMT Awards will air Wednesday at 7pm central from Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.