American singer and songwriter Carrie Underwood shared a sneak peek at new "Sunday Night Football" theme song on social media.
Underwood, 35, who rose to fame as the winner of the fourth season of "American Idol," in 2005, teased a new song for the Sunday Night Football Show on her Instagram.
The exclusive preview was released by the National Football League of the particular show starring Underwood and NFL players set to premiere on September 9, according to Pop Culture.
The "Inside Your Heaven" singer will premiere the new theme song, "Game On," as she continued to collaborate with the NFL with her music.
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In the behind-the-scenes featurette, Underwood said: "It is an honor to be back for the sixth year with Sunday Night Football."
"We just felt like to switch it up... The song was written specifically for Sunday Night Football, it's a great hype song."
"All eyes on Sunday Night Football," she concluded.
Co-written by Brett James and Chris DeStefano, "Game On" follows up Underwood's previous collaboration with the NFL.
NFL had her pair up with rapper Ludacris for the anthemic song, "The Champion."
In a press release, Underwood explained: "When we were writing 'The Champion,' our main focus was to celebrate athletes at the top of their game, but we also wanted the song to resonate with people in their everyday lives."
"We hope the lyrics will inspire people to push themselves beyond their limits to conquer anything they are trying to accomplish or overcome. There’s a champion in every single one of us!"
The country music star is currently preparing for the release of her latest album, "Cry Pretty," which will come out on September 14.
Underwood has sold more than 65 million records worldwide. The Billboard recognized her as Country Music's reigning Queen. The Rolling Stone also called her "the female vocalist of her generation of any genre."
She has received many awards, including seven Grammy Awards, 10 Billboard Music Awards, 14 ACM Awards, 12 American Music Awards, and eight CMA Awards.