“God put us here on the carnival ride, we close our eyes never knowing, where it will take us” (Wheel of the World quoted In “Biography”). These were the words of Wheel of the World which inspired Carrie Underwood to write her latest album. Although at only 13 years old, she recorded her first album (“Carrie Underwood Biography”). Carrie also participated in several different celebrations around the US to prepare herself to audition for American Idol in 2004 (“Biography”). By winning this contest, she continued to stay humble through her fame. Her contributions through country music demonstrated by the career of Carrie Underwood proved beyond a doubt the Country Music Hall of Fame should induct this singer. She has shown the value through her major works, charities and influences, and professional morals. First of all, Carrie Underwood should receive this reward due to her large amount of major works. Across the world she has sold over fourteen million albums and has had fourteen number one singles. Winning five Grammys, Carrie has also “won 6 American Music Awards, 6 People Choice Awards, 7 CMT Music Awards, 9 American Country Awards, and 7 BMI Songwriter Awards.” The Country Music Association along side Academy of Country Music awarded Underwood Female of the Year three times each. In her career, she has also achieved Female Artist twice in the forty years they have had this award. Alongside these awards she also won an ACM Triple Crown Award (“Carrie Underwood Bio”).