Carrie Says She’ll Watch Her Own VH1 Behind the Music

“It’ll be fun for me to sit down and watch it, too,” she says.

Have you seen the VH1 Behind the Music series? The shows usually involve singers with drug problems, childhood traumas or some over-the-top adventures.

So Carrie Underwood wasn't sure she qualified to be a subject.

"Well, at first when I heard that they wanted to do one on me I was like, 'Are they sure?'" she told reporters recently.

"I've honestly had a really, relatively charmed life, and I have a wonderful family. I don't feel like there's been a ton of things in my life that I've really had to overcome and stuff like that," Carrie said.

Still, producers were pretty thorough, talking extensively with Carrie and her mom and childhood friends and producers.

In fact, Carrie couldn't really keep up with it all.

"I probably don't even know all the people that they ended up talking to. So, it'll be fun for me to sit down and watch it, too," she said, laughing. "I might learn some stuff about myself."

Carrie's episode debuts Sunday night (Sept. 30).

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