Country stars are used to being asked the same questions over and over again during interviews or red carpet events: "Who are you wearing?" "Are you going on tour this year?" "Who inspires you?" While these questions can be repetitive, most artists have no problem answering them, even if it is for the 100th time.
But there are some questions that country stars would rather not be asked ever again. A few country artists and other celebrities recently opened up to Glamour about the #1 questions they hate being asked.
Multi-talented star Julianne Hough, who released a country album 2008, says that she doesn't have a problem with any questions she's been asked in the past. But what really upsets her when it comes to being interviewed is when people mess up her name.
"My biggest pet peeve is when people call me Julianna. I'm like, 'My name's Julianne!'" she said.
We would be aggravated too if we were in the same position. Wonder how many times people have said Hough's name wrong in the past?
While some celebrities such as Hough had specific answers, Carrie Underwood's answer was more broad. She says more than anything else, she hates it when she's asked about the personal lives of other artists or celebrities:
"If somebody gets a divorce or somebody else is dealing with something in the public eye that they'd rather not be dealing with in the public eye—when I get asked those questions [about them], I'm like, 'I don't know. I wasn't there!' Those are hard to answer."
We can understand Underwood's frustration concerning such questions. After all, how is she expected to know about the personal lives of others?
Although Underwood doesn't like to talk about other stars' personal lives, she has no problems talking about her own. She frequently gushes about her baby boy, Isaiah, and even sings about him in her song "What I Never Knew I Always Wanted," which you can listen to below.
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