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Underwood plays Royal Albert Hall

Friday, June 22, 2012 – Carrie Underwood is in the United Kingdom this week to promote the release of her new album, "Blown Away," and to perform her first-ever U.K. concert. Last night, Underwood played London's Royal Albert Hall for a show that sold out within 90 minutes of going on sale.

Next week, Underwood will travel to Australia for shows in Melbourne, Tamworth, Brisbane and Sydney, wrapping at the Sydney Opera House for a two-night run.

International tour dates are:

June 26 Melbourne, VIC Australia Palais Theatre

June 29 Tamworth, NSW Australia Tamworth Regional Entertainment & Conference Centre (TRECC)

June 30 Brisbane, QLD Australia Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC)

July 2-3 Sydney, NSW Australia Sydney Opera House

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