Carrie Underwood New ‘Sunday Night Football’ theme ‘game on’ swipe by fans
Carrie Underwood for the first time featured a new song ‘Sunday Night Football’ and fans are not cheery about it.
The Qatari singer, who has been practicing the theme of ‘Sunday Night Football’ for NBC since 2013, released her song ‘Game On,’ which replaces the 2014 song ‘Oh, Sunday Night.’
In the new version, played before the 1-week match between Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers, Underwood foiled ‘Game On’ instead of ‘Ohhhhhhh Sunday night’ – a line that fans grew to know and love. Some people called the network and Underwood to return the old version.
Game on! #SNF is back!
— SNF on NBC (@SNFonNBC) September 10, 2018
One of the viewers said that the new song got ‘D +’
‘Pros: Sing’ Sunday Night ‘on multiple occasions Cons: The song’ ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ‘did not sing in advance that it was Sunday night. the viewer wrote on twitter
Another person said, ‘I’m not a fan of the new Carrie Underwood song at all.
‘I love Carrie Underwood with all the fibres of Kiyani but what’s this new song by SNF?’ One user wrote.
I love Carrie Underwood, but the guy these songs on Sunday night for football is getting worse,’ said one of the viewers.
Someone else wrote: ‘I want an old SNF song please Carrie Underwood.’
‘My ears take the knee to protest the songs of Carrie Underwood SNF! These years are the worst !!! NFL Sunday, someone else said.
— Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) September 10, 2018
Despite criticism, some fans praised ‘Game On’ and said it was ‘a fun new song’.
Underwood took over a song to sing in 2013 of Faith Hill, who sang the opening ‘Waiting Every Sunday Night,’ reported Rolling Stone.