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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Josh Kear
"American Idol" did more than launch Carrie Underwood's career _ it helped shape the picture-perfect image she has today.
Nominees announced Wednesday in top categories for the 53rd annual Grammy Awards
Kear jumped right in, and they wrote the song in about 15 minutes.
"It was kind of goofy, and a lot of people don't get to see that loose, goofy side of her, and I think that is one of the reasons she was excited to get those songs is she gets to bring a side of herself that hasn't really always been out there," he said. "Hopefully now people will imagine that as part of who she is."