Carrie Underwood Says She Would Never Immortalize Ex Tony Romo In Her Songs
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Carrie Underwood Says She Would Never Immortalize Ex Tony Romo In Her Songs

 
 
December 10, 2009 Carrie Underwood, Simon Cowell, Tony Romo, September
 

Carrie Underwood would never "immortalize" ex-boyfriend Tony Romo through a song. The Grammy Award winner won't give credit to a guy who did her wrong, she reveals in a new interview.

When asked if her song "Cowboy Casanova" is about the Dallas Cowboys quarterback, whom she dated in 2007, the "American Idol" champ told Esquire magazine that it wasn't about him.

She said, "No. I would never immortalize a guy that did me wrong. I would never give him that much credit."

Underwood, 26, also mentions "Idol" judge Simon Cowell in the interview, saying while he is "obviously very smart," he isn't the smartest person she knows.

"Cowboy Casanova" was released in September. It peaked at number one on the country charts.

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