Plucked from obscurity in the small town of Checotah, Oklahoma after trying out for American Idol, Carrie Underwood won the fourth season of the show in 2005. Shortly after, Underwood released her first album, Some Hearts, which subsequently became the best-selling debut album from a female country artist and scored number one hits like "Jesus, Take the Wheel" and "Before He Cheats." Since then, Underwood has won multiple awards from the Grammys, Academy of Country Music, and Country Music Association, among others. Her multi-platinum selling albums like Carnival Ride, Play On, and Blown Away have produced handfuls of number one hits and resulted in headlining tours that span the globe. The top-earning American Idol to date, Underwood was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry and Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.