16 Gorgeous Country Girls You Would Love to Write a Song About

16 Gorgeous Country Girls You Would Love to Write a Song About

Carrie Underwood

1. Carrie Underwood

This singer, songwriter, and actress rose to fame as the winner of the fourth season of American Idol and has remained at the top ever since. She has become one of the most prominent country artists since. She has been recognized by Rolling Stone as the Female Vocalist of Her Generation in any genre and by Billboard as County Music’s reigning Queen. Her unbelievable talent can only be matched by her beauty!

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Carrie is nominated this year for the Female Vocalist of the Year Award and the Vocal Event of the Year Award for her duet of “Somethin’ Bad” with Miranda Lambert.

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Miranda Lambert

3. Miranda Lambert

Everyone knows this gorgeous country queen! Miranda gained fame as a finalist on the 2003 season of Nashville Star, where she finished in third place. She has released five albums since, and each one has had multiple Top 40 singles. Her most recent album, aptly-titled Platinum, has had three singles: “Automatic,” “Somethin’ Bad,” and “Little Red Wagon.” Like her debut album, Miranda is as hot as Kerosene.

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Miranda is nominated this year for the Entertainer of the Year Award, the Female Vocalist of the Year Award, the Album of the Year Award, the Single Record of the Year Award for Platinum, the Song of the Year Award for “Automatic,” the Video of the Year Award for “Somethin’ Bad,” and the Vocal Event of the Year Award for her duet of “Somethin’ Bad” with Carrie Underwood.

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Brandy Clark

5. Brandy Clark

Brandy Clark has only been on stage recently, but she’s certainly no stranger to country music. Her songs have been recorded by country greats like Sheryl Crow, Miranda Lambert, and Reba McEntire. She released her debut album in 2013, 23 Stories, with the lead single “Stripes.” Like the song that she wrote for Miranda Lambert, Brandy probably breaks a lot of hearts.

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Brandy is nominated this year for the Female Vocalist of the Year Award.

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Hillary Scott

7. Hillary Scott

Hillary is the co-lead singer of Lady Antebellum. Both of her parents were country music artists, so naturally she turned into a superstar. The group’s hit song “Need You Now” is how everyone feels about this beauty!

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Hillary (of Lady Antebellum) is nominated this year for the Vocal Group of the Year Award.

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Kimberly Perry

9. Kimberly Perry

Kimberly is the lead singer of the group The Band Perry, which is composed of her and her two brothers Neil and Reid. The group has churned out hits since 2009, including “If I Die Young” and “You Lie.” Like the song, a girl like Kimberly is one of the prettiest girls you’ll see “All Your Life.”

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Kimberly Perry (of The Band Perry) is nominated this year for Vocal Group of the Year Award.

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Maddison Marlow and Taylor Dye

11. Maddison Marlow and Taylor Dye

These two beauties are some of the newest country beauties. Maddy & Tae met at 15 through their vocal coach and signed to the label Republic and Dot in 2014. Their debut single “Girl in a Country Song” was one of the most popular songs of the year. The song’s criticism of the “bro-country” trend and its toe-tapping beat just goes to prove that these two beauties are more than just girls in a country song.

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Madison Marlow

12. Madison Marlow

Maddie & Tae are nominated this year for the Vocal Duo of the Year Award.

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Taylor Dye

13. Taylor Dye

Maddie & Tae are nominated this year for the Vocal Duo of the Year Award.

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Kacey Musgraves

14. Kacey Musgraves

With big hair and even bigger talent, Kacey has released five albums. Her most recent album, Same Trailer Different Park, Kacey received four Grammy nominations at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. As for this hottie, who’s about to headline her “Same Tour Different Trailer” tour, we definitely can’t wait to “see you again.”

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Kasey is nominated this year for the Female Vocalist of the Year Award and the Song of the Year Award for “Follow Your Arrow.”

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Cassadee Pope

16. Cassadee Pope

After winning first place on a singing competition show in 2012, Cassadee Pope signed with Republic Nashville. Then, a year later, released her hit album Frame By Frame and her first single, “Wasting All These Tears,” sold 125,000 copies in its first week. Just like the Keith Urban song she’s been known to cover, it’s safe to say that any guy who breaks her heart would be an incredibly “Stupid Boy.”

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After winning first place on a singing competition show in 2012, Cassadee Pope signed with Republic Nashville. Then, a year later, released her hit album Frame By Frame and her first single, “Wasting All These Tears,” sold 125,000 copies in its first week. Just like the Keith Urban song she’s been known to cover, it’s safe to say that any guy who breaks her heart would be an incredibly “Stupid Boy.”

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Katie Armiger

18. Katie Armiger

After four albums and five hit singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, Katie’s career isn’t the only thing that’s heating up. With her vocal talent and gorgeous face, she’s wooing audiences all over the country thanks to songs like “Better In A Black Dress” and “Best Song Ever.”

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Armiger’s most recent album, 2013’s Fall Into Me, is her highest-charting album to date. It also became her first Top 10 country album when it debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.

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Sara Evans

20. Sara Evans

For the past 10 years, Sara Evans has achieved greater levels of success with the release of each new album. Seeing that the singer has released eight LPs, she’s definitely flying high!

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Evans was nominated for “Top Female Vocalist” at the ACMs in 2002, 2005, and 2006. Her album Restless was also nominated for the “Album Of The Year” award in 2005.

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Julianne Hough

22. Julianne Hough

Hough was born to entertain. As a professional dancer, she won many seasons of a super-successful dancing competition show with a variety of celebrity partners. Then, in 2008, she proved she could do more than just two-step; her self-titled debut topped the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200.

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Hough won both the “Top New Female Vocalist” award and “Top New Artist Award” at the Academy of Country Music Awards in 2009.

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Laura Bell Bundy

24. Laura Bell Bundy

Laura, who’s another country-music triple threat, spent years on Broadway before migrating to Nashville. Her first single, “Giddy On Up,” was a fiddle-happy kiss-off to a beau with a wandering eye, and resonated with the broken hearted and heartbreakers alike. With a slew of hit albums and singles, this gorgeous gal can “Drop On By” anytime!

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Most recently, Bell Bundy signed with Big Machine Records and released the single “Two Step” with Colt Ford.

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Shania Twain

26. Shania Twain

Shania is one of the world’s best-selling female country music artist of all time, so it’s no wonder the Canadian crooner also goes by the “Queen of Country Pop.” While other singers come and go, Twain is still the one for us.

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Since 1993, Twain has won a grand total of 187 awards, including an ACM for “Top New Female Vocalist” in 1996. She also walked away with two coveted “Double-Diamond” awards, one for The Woman In Me and another for Come On Over. Her most recent ACM award was for “Entertainer Of The Year” in 2000.

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Kellie Pickler

28. Kellie Pickler

Pickler got her start by finishing sixth in Season 5 of a popular singing competition show. Her debut album, Small Town Girl, has sold over 900,000 copies and spawned three hit singles: “Red High Heels,” “I Wonder,” and “Things That Never Cross A Man’s Mind.”

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In both 2007 and 2008, Pickler was nominated for the “Top New Female Vocalist of the Year” ACM award.

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Jana Kramer

30. Jana Kramer

You may recognize this country gal from her TV role on a sports-centric teen drama but these days, Jana can be found on the stage, screen, and radio. In 2012, she released her self-titled debut, which featured songs like “Why Ya Wanna” and “Whiskey.”

In April 2015, Jana premiered the video for a new song called “I Got The Boy,” which has us hoping a follow-up LP is coming soon.

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Jana won the “Top New Female Artist” award at the Academy of Country Music Awards in 2013.

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