Who has Carrie Underwood sang with? Luckily, we've compiled the best Carrie Underwood duets ever with songs and videos included. From live performances to studio releases, this list of Carrie Underwood songs with other artists features duets with country music legends, famous rock bands, and one rapper (Ludacris). Popular Carrie Underwood duet songs include "How Great Thou Art" with Vince Gill, "Somethin' Bad" with Miranda Lambert, and "The Fighter" with Keith Urban.
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The Fighter (with Keith Urban)
Here we have the Australian country star, Keith Urban singing alongside Carrie Underwood about "picking up the pieces." Keith starts out the song making it clear this is a woman who's been hurt. However, now that he's around, he's ready to love her the way she deserves to be loved. Aptly named "The Fighter", this song highlights how far each artist is willing to go for love. In addition to winning Collaborative Video of the Year at the 2017 CMT Music Awards, the song also peaked at #38 on the US Billboard Hot 100. The song went to #2 on the US Hot Country Songs chart. Vote up this song if it's one of your favorites so it's appropriately ranked on this list.245Love this duet?
It Had To Be You (with Tony Bennett)
Tony Bennett is known for his amazing duets and so it comes as no surprise that both Tony Bennett and Carrie Underwood would want to sing together. You can find this duet on Tony Bennett's album Duets II which went Platinum in Canada and is remembered fondly by fans of both artists. There is also something to be said about the song they chose, "It Had to Be You" is popular duet that was first published in 1924 but it is undeniable that both Carrie Underwood and Tony Bennett breathe new life into the classic ballad.226Love this duet?
I Will Always Love You (with Dolly Parton)
Arguably Dolly Parton's most popular song, the country music legend performed the song with Underwood on 2009's Carrie Underwood: All Star Holiday Special. It's a shame they haven't done more duets together, but we'll cherish this performance for now.215Love this duet?
Carrie Underwood released a cover of Randy Travis' single "I Told You So" on her album Carnival Ride. Randy must have liked it because the two eventually collaborated together on a version of the single. Underwood's version of the song would go on to reach Platinum status due to its heartfelt performance. The duet version of the song peaked at #2 on the US Hot Country Songs chart. They also won Best Country Collaboration with Vocals at the 52nd Grammy Awards. But where do you think it should end up on this list?198Love this duet?