NFL premieres Carrie Underwood's 2017 ‘Sunday Night Football’ opening
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The NFL debuted its Sunday Night Football intro featuring country star Carrie Underwood on Sept. 10, during the Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants game and each year, the opening clip gets better and better. 

Underwood looks stunning in a sexy red sequined outfit as the centerpiece of the video, which also shows players from various football teams. Carrie sizzles as she sings the intro song “On Sunday Night,” a remake of Miranda Lambert’s 2014 single “Somethin’ Bad," which featured Underwood.

Underwood has been the face of “Sunday Night Football” since 2013 when she took over the spot previously filled by Faith Hill. The edgy new introduction is sure to start the games with the feeling of excitement.

The video featured cameos of NFL players Jason Pierre-Paul, Patrick Peterson, Dak Prescott, Von Miller, Khalil Mack, Derek Carr, Julio Jones, Travis Kelce, Dont'a Hightower and Antonio Brown, according to Rolling Stone Country.

The ultra-fit “American Idol” winner has been seen supporting her husband Mike Fisher of the Nashville Predators hockey team, which made it to the NHL Stanley Cup Finals in 2017.

Underwood, along with Brad Paisley, will be hosting the CMA Awards on Nov. 8. In addition to her hosting duties, Underwood has been nominated for the Female Vocalist of the Year Award. The Country Music Association Awards will be broadcast live on ABC Television Network.