Carrie: “I Don’t Want to Smell Like Anybody Else”

“If people walked up to me smelling like me, it might weird me out,” she says.

Tim McGraw and Keith Urban have their own signature scents for sale. But Carrie Underwood says she's not joining that party.

“I really don’t know if I would do the whole fragrance thing 'cause I don’t want to smell like anybody else,” she told country music news website The Country Vibe.

“You go to like the Walgreens or whatever and you just see everybody [on the shelves]. So that one’s not quite for me," Carrie said. "If people walked up to me smelling like me it might weird me out.”

However, it apparently wouldn't weird Carrie out if people walked up to her wearing her clothes.

Carrie says her confidence is boosted when she's wearing a great outfit: “I would love to do that for other people too and create things that people would like to wear.”

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