Carrie Underwood: 'I could be a constructive X Factor judge, never say never!'
Country songstress Carrie Underwood believes she would be a great addition to the X Factor's panel because she is good at giving out "constructive" criticism.
During an interview with Glamour magazine, the 'Blown Away' hitmaker, who rose to fame after winning 'American Idol' in '05, explained that while the initial auditions would be taxing for her, she thinks being able to coach someone through a TV vocal talent show would be well suited to her:
"I'd never say never. I think I could do things in a very constructive way. But those initial auditions, where you have to say no or tell someone to stop? I don't know if I could do that."
She also confessed that a collaboration with the likes of Jessie J, Adele or Coldplay is something she would love to do in her future and added: "I love Jessie J, I think she's fearless, which is great. Coldplay. Adele, of course. I'm up for anything."
Watch Underwood's dramatic music video for 'Two Black Cadillacs' here:
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