See Carrie Underwood Haunt the Grammys With Live Debut of ‘Ghost Story’

The country star, an admitted horror-movie fanatic, sang her latest single in front of a wind machine

Carrie Underwood gave the live debut of her new single “Ghost Story” at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards.

I’m gonna be your ghost story/that keeping you up, all night memory,

she sang as a wind machine dramatically blew back her blonde hair and train.

I’ll be haunting you, you’ll be wanting me/I’m gonna be your ghost story.

By the song’s end, Underwood was lifted a few feet off the ground on a pedestal.

The country star released “Ghost Story,” a brooding, eerie number about haunting an ex-lover

last month. Written by frequent Underwood collaborator David Garcia with Josh Kear and Hillary Lindsey, it’s her first new music since 2021’s