It's good to be the good girl -- at least in the case of country-pop superstar Carrie Underwood.
Her latest single Good Girl has helped propel her fourth album, Blown Away, to the top of the U.S. album charts for a second week in a row.
"To get that victory is a good thing for sure," says the 29-year-old. "I think now more than ever it would make me feel accomplished and good because the music industry as a whole - I don't know what's happening to be honest."
In Canada, Adele's 2011 collection, 21, took top spot from Underwood's Blown Away now at No. 2 this week after it also debuted at No. 1 last week on this side of the border.
"That Adele just won't go away," Underwood jokes. "It's absolutely amazing if there's anybody who can claim No. 1 over me any day it's somebody that actually makes good music. It's not like, 'Let's see how much I can shock all of you. And let's see how little I can wear.' "