Carrie Underwood's "Sunday Night Football" theme song, which debuted prior to Sunday's broadcast of the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears, was a flop among fans.
It is custom for televised NFL games to include a music video theme song and Underwood has taken over this role since 2013, USA Today's For The Win noted.
For this season, the former "American Idol" winner broke out her latest theme song "Game On," which is loosely based on Underwood's song, "Somethin' Bad," featuring Miranda Lambert, according to the Tribune Review.
The video shows Underwood walking through a parking garage signing while interspersed shots flash of the players including the Philadelphia Eagles' offensive tackle Lane Johnson, tight end Zach Ertz and quarterback Carson Wentz, The Rolling Stone said.
The song did not go down well with fans, who aired their distaste on social media.
"I love Carrie Underwood but man these Sunday Night Football songs get worse and worse," one Twitter user said, adding that he loved her vocals but did not like the lyrics to the song.
Another Twitter user clearly did not like Underwood's vocal performance.
"I hope Carrie Underwood's new Sunday Night Football song is sung by somebody else," he said.
Shortly after the song was debuted, the tweets were rolling in.
"there are very few things that make me more uncomfortable than carrie underwood's sunday night football song," one person tweeted.
"If there's any reason to boycott the NFL, it's because of that atrocious Carrie Underwood intro song," another Twitter user said, adding "as a nation, we deserve better."
The tweetstorm will unlikely phase Underwood, who is busy expanding her family.
Last month Underwood announced she was pregnant with her second child with husband Mike Fisher but this will not stop her from embarking upon her Cry Pretty 360 Tour in May 2019.
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