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"I really don't know if I would do the whole fragrance thing, because I don't want to smell like anybody else," Carrie recently told reporters. In fact, the Oklahoma native admits the idea is a bit creepy to her!
"You go to Walgreens and you just see everybody [on the shelves]," she notes. "So that one's not quite for me. If people walked up to me smelling like me, it might weird me out."
Thankfully, fans who want to smell like a country star still have plenty of options, including scents by Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Taylor Swift, Keith Urban, and Shania Twain, as well as an upcoming line by Rascal Flatts.
But just because Carrie doesn't want to get into the scent business, that doesn't mean she isn't interested in attaching her name to other products -- mainly, clothing and shoes. "I would love to do that for other people, too, and create things that people would like to wear," she explains.
All other business projects may have to wait, however. The two-time ACM award nominee (she's up for Top Female Vocalist and Vocal Event of the Year with Brad Paisley), will release her new album, 'Blown Away,' on May 1. Her debut single, 'Good Girl,' is in the Top 15 and climbing and news of a tour is expected soon. Pre-order 'Blown Away' here.