Carrie Underwood Speaks Out About Lawsuit Against Her 

Posted: 6:17 am Thursday, September 21st, 2017

By Staff Writer

Yesterday we posted a blog about Carrie Underwood being sued for stealing ‘Something In The Water’ from two Canadian songwriters.

Click here to read the whole story. —> Carrie Underwood Being Sued 

Now, a spokesperson for Carrie Underwood has issued a statement regarding the song theft lawsuit. In the lawsuit, songwriters Ronald McNeill and Georgia Lyons-Savage allege that the hook of Carrie’s 2014 song “Something in the Water” is identical to that of a song they claim to have composed and pitched to Underwood’s team in 2012. Underwood’s spokesperson denies that claim, assuring fans in the statement, obtained by The Tennessean, that Carrie and songwriters Brett James and Chris DeStefano are the tune’s only co-writers.

The spokesperson says, “This is a deeply personal song regarding Carrie’s faith and she is saddened that anyone would attempt to challenge that for financial gain.” The statement goes on to say that neither Carrie nor any of her co-writers have ever heard or received the plaintiffs’ song, adding that they fully expect Underwood and her co-defendants to be “vindicated in the courts.”

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