Carrie Underwood Releasing Music Video Atheists Will Hate

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Country mega star Carrie Underwood infuriated atheists with the release of her newest faith-based single, “Something in the Water.” Much to the dismay of the far-left, the song has had a huge impact. It quickly sold more copies in the first week than any other release during the songstress’ decade-long career, which is saying a lot when you consider the fact that Underwood has had 18 number one hits.

Now, the 31-year-old is preparing for the highly-anticipated release of the music video for “Something in the Water.” She gave an exclusive behing-the-scenes look at the making of the epic video to Entertainment Tonight. “I think it’s the perfect way to mark ten years,” said the Oklahoma native.

(Read More: Carrie Underwood Has Some Advice for the Atheists Who Hate Her New Song)

The video will feature quite a cast: 16 choir members, 12 dancers, three costume changes and, of course, the mother-to-be’s baby bump. “We took it in a direction that was probably not what most people would think,” Underwood said. “We just made it joyful and happy and uplifting.” Director Raj Kapoor and So You Think You Can Dance choreographer Travis Wall worked together to create the music video, which Underwood will release Wednesday on her Twitter page.

Underwood’s unabashed support of Christian values has served her well. Since winning American Idol, she has sold 64 million albums and garnered 95 major honors. Are you waiting on pins and needles for the release of her new music video? Sound off in the comments section!

(Read More: BOOM! Carrie Underwood’s New Christian Song Shatters Multiple Records)

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