By Marissa G. Muller
The NFL isn’t letting a good thing go: NBC has tapped Carrie Underwood to be the voice of Sunday Night Football once more.
The country singer, who’s sang the theme song “Waiting All Day for Sunday Night” since 2013 when she replaced Faith Hill, has already recorded this year’s rendition with some of the league’s best players.
That list includes Odell Beckham Jr. (New York Giants), Antonio Brown (Pittsburgh Steelers), Dez Bryant (Dallas Cowboys), Kam Chancellor (Seattle Seahawks), Andrew Luck (Indianapolis Colts), Clay Matthews (Green Bay Packers), DeMarco Murray (Philadelphia Eagles) and Patrick Peterson (Arizona Cardinals).
In tweets confirming the news by Underwood and Sunday Night Football, you can get a sneak peek of her attire: a sparkling mini dress and black heels. If you didn’t know she recently gave birth to her son, Isaiah, you definitely wouldn’t guess that by looking at the teaser.
Underwood’s new version of the theme song will debut Sept. 10 at 8:30 p.m. ET when the Pittsburgh Steelers go up against the New England Patriots.