Carrie Gets Golden Nomination

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Carrie Underwood landed her first-ever Golden Globe nomination yesterday (Dec. 14), for Best Original Song, and not a lot of country artists can claim that.

You might remember she scored the end-credits song for Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.

Well, not only does Carrie sing it, but she co-wrote the song, “There’s a Place for Us,” with Hillary Lindsey and David Hodges.

The movie opened No. 1 at the box office last weekend.

Carrie said in a statement that she’s thrilled with the nom.

“It was such an exciting endeavor to have been asked to create music for the film. I grew up with the books and have been a fan of the earlier two movies,” she said. “I can’t wait for the Golden Globes!”

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