Carrie Underwood debuted her new "Sunday Night Football" theme song before the game between the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers and some people absolutely hate it.
Underwood has been performing during the "SNF" open since 2013, when she replaced Faith Hill. The new song "Game On" replaces her 2014 song "Oh, Sunday Night."
A lot of fans took to social media to complain, saying they want the old song back. One person even writing "I love Carrie Underwood with every fiber of my being but what is this new SNF song?"
Another person played on the NFL national anthem protest controversy by writing "MY ears are taking a knee in protest of Carrie Underwood SNF theme songs! This years is the worse!!!"
My ears are taking a knee in protest of Carrie Underwood SNF theme songs! This years is the worse!!!#NFLSunday— Pastor Tim Nicholson (@Pastor_TimWOL) September 10, 2018
Here are some more tweets that are not favorable toward the new song:
So, #SNF has a new theme song & boy does it fall flat. Also, every week was specific to the matchup that night .Where'd that go?😒Why the stupid change #NBC ? #CarrieUnderwood cost too much to record the various versions? Anyway, this 'Game On' song sucks. https://t.co/pbBtkhABVp— Par (@parthetis) September 10, 2018
I want the old SNF song please @carrieunderwood— Francesca (@BarstoolFran) September 10, 2018
The SNF intro gets worse every time they change it, but Carrie Underwood is a babe so let’s be honest I’m not here for the song— Brooks (@EBrooksUncut) September 10, 2018
There were some tweets in support of the new song.
Wow, I know Carrie Underwood has me fired up for #SNF with that rockin’ intro. 🙄— Daniel Butler (@68shooter) September 10, 2018
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