Carrie Wants Reese Witherspoon to Play Her in the Movies

"I’ve always loved Reese Witherspoon and I feel like we have the same stature," Carrie says.

Carrie by Richard Cartwright/ABC; Reese by Peter Kramer/NBC

Yes, Carrie loved having a part in the movie Soul Surfer, and yes, she'd be in a movie again, the country star said during a web chat with UK newspaper The Sun.

"I would love to," Carrie said.

And what if the movie is about Carrie herself?? Well, Carrie says it's far too early for that to even be a possibility.

But apparently it's not too early to think about what Hollywood star would play Carrie.

“If I died tomorrow and they wanted to do a movie about me, I’ve always loved Reese Witherspoon and I feel like we have the same stature," Carrie said.

"We’re about the same height and she can sing," Carrie said, referring to Reese doing her own singing in the Johnny Cash movie Walk the Line.

Carrie is set to play her first UK show Thursday (June 21) at the Royal Albert Hall in London, a show that sold out in under 30 minutes.

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