Carrie Underwood Won’t Debut New Single on CMT Crossroads

“Good Girl” will be released to radio Feb. 23.

photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for CMT

Though Carrie Underwood will undoubtedly rock out to some of Aerosmith's most famous songs when she teams up with frontman (and American Idol judge) Steven Tyler for a new episode of CMT Crossroads on Saturday (Feb. 4), don't expect the blond star to perform her soon-to-be-released new single, "Good Girl."

A CMT spokeswoman tells CountryWeekly.com that Carrie will not perform the largely anticipated new single, which is set for release to radio on Feb. 23 and will be the first single from Carrie's upcoming, as-yet-untitled fourth album.

You may recall that Carrie and Steven opened last year's Academy of Country Music Awards with a mash-up of Aerosmith's "Walk This Way" and Carrie's "Undo It."

What Aerosmith song are you most looking forward to Carrie performing during the episode of CMT Crossroads?

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