Why Carrie Underwood Is "Envious" of Beyonce

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Even Carrie Underwood gets jealous of Beyonce, ladies. The country singer recently admitted that she's envious of Queen Bey's Grammy style. Hey, who isn't?!

During a recent chat with E! News, Carrie talked up Bey's fashion picks and revealed why she won't be attending the Grammy Awards this year. That baby bump might have something to do with it...

"I can't help but always be envious in the best way of whatever Beyoncé is wearing," Carrie told them. "What she wears on stage especially. Whatever she's going to have on stage is gonna make all of us feel like we need to go to the gym immediately!"

We know how you feel Carrie. But goodness, we think that way after we see you on stage! Both of you ladies look amazing...pregnant, not pregnant, always.

Carrie won't have to worry about finding a Grammy outfit this year, though. Mrs. Mama-to-be is sitting this year's show out. She's super duper pregnant.

"I wish I could go to the Grammys, but travel's kind of out for me at this point. It's tempting, but I can't fly that far away this late in my pregnancy," she admitted. "I'll be in my pajamas watching it from the comfort of my couch."

That sounds like our kind of party, Carrie! But, those plans could change. She might dress up for the Grammy Awards at her house anyway. LOL!

"You know, I should just get all dressed up anyways. I should get my hair and makeup done, and get a dress and watch it from my couch all dressed up like I'm there!" she joked.

Carrie's up for two awards at this year's Grammys. They air this Sunday, February 8 at 8 p.m. EST on CBS.

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