CARRIE STILL CARRIES THE DAY

Carrie Underwood continues her reign as queen of the country charts, as her debut CD Some Hearts remains at No. 1 on Billboard.

Photo by Curtis Hilbun

The CD sold more than 400,000 copies over the Christmas holiday weekend, making her the top country seller. Plus, Carrie landed at No. 5 on the Billboard Top 200, which covers all genres—ahead of such artists as Mariah Carey. Kenny Chesney's The Road and the Radio stayed at No. 2 on the Billboard country chart.

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