Carrie Underwood Says She’s Getting “Hate Tweets” Over “The Sound of Music”

NBC’s production of “The Sound of Music,” airs live Thursday (Dec. 5).

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We're only days away from NBC's live production of The Sound of Music, which is a go for Thursday (Dec. 5).

And Carrie Underwood reveals that not everyone is psyched to see it.

"I get hate tweets and stuff like, 'You're not Julie Andrews!'" Carrie tells Entertainment Weekly.

"I know I'm not Julie," she says. "Nobody is and I would never pretend that I was. I know my place."

Funny thing is, Carrie already got a big thumbs up from Julie Andrews herself.

"I think she's great!" Julie has told the Belfast Telegraph.

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