Carrie Underwood Cancels Three Concerts In Colorado Because She's Afraid of Marijuana

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 19 February 2014

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A close up of Carrie Underwood's hair. (Photo courtesy of Vice-President Joe Biden).

BOISE, Idaho - Carrie Underwood performed at The Mashed Potatoes Arena in Boise and the crowd absolutely loved her.

Afterwards the Oklahoma native sat down in her dressing room backstage and talked with Calcutta Cotton of Music Moments Magazine.

Miss Cotton asked her about the tonsil infection she'd been dealing with. Carrie replied that it was getting better. She said she had gotten some special medicine from Juarez, Mexico and it was working marvelously.

When asked what was in the medicine, Underwood smiled and said that she's not sure, but it was highly recommended by Reba McEntire, Blake Shelton, and Ke$ha.

She was then asked about her upcoming concerts scheduled for Colorado. Carrie shook her blonde maim and replied that the concerts had been cancelled.

"All three?" Cotton asked.

"Yes ma'am," came the reply from Underwood who added, "To tell you the truth I am scared to perform in Colorado now that there is marijuana smoke all over the place."

The "Casanova Cowboy" singer explained that two years ago when she played at The Santa Ana Winds Arena in Cucamonga, California, there was so much pot smoke in the air that she had to quit singing after the third song.

SIDENOTE: Carrie said that the three Colorado concert dates are being replaced by performances in three cities in Iowa, which virtually has no marijuana smoke whatsoever.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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