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Carrie Underwood's Yoga Pants Photo Sparks Complaints

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By Rebecca Cukier

Carrie Underwood is sparking complaints over a photo of her in skintight yoga pants. The 37-year-old country superstar and 2005 "American Idol" winner updated her Instagram on Tuesday to remind fans of another aspect of her multi-faceted career.

Carrie was in promo mode for her 2015-founded CALIA by Carrie athleisurewear line – for an idea of how popular the sportswear is, CALIA ranked third after Nike and Under Armor at Dick's Sporting Goods in 2016. The latest snap sees the "Southbound" singer's fans grumbling. Check it out below.

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Reminding Instagram She Designs Stunning Gym Clothes

Carrie Underwood poses seated on her bed in leggings
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Scroll for the photo. Carrie, who was recently mask shamed at Target as "Red State" pride saw fans criticizing her COVID safety measures, had posted from a likely-home setting. The "Cry Pretty" singer had been snapped multi-tasking like mad, seen standing amid rows of her clothes and merch and holding hangers in one hand, plus a laptop in the other.

Carrie, looking upwards and flaunting her ripped legs in a purple pair of leggings, plus a simple white top, made sure her 9.8 million followers knew upcoming Christmas album "The Gift" isn't all that's going on.

'Not Affordable For A Working Woman'

Carrie Underwood poses with her merch and wearing leggings
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Carrie' caption read: "Who’s ready for some new @CALIAbyCarrie? Getting it done through virtual design meetings! #StayThePath #ChooseYou."

Carrie, whose fitness guru status also extends to her "Find Your Path" book and Fit52 app, now sees her fans questioning the prices. And, it would seem, the quality of the merch, although the latter usually gets rave reviews.

"Your items are cute but not affordable for a working woman," a fan wrote, with others agreeing. "Agreed! I really thought her stuff would more affordable," a fan replied.

Fans Like It, But 'Very Pricey'

Carrie Underwood boxing at home in shorts
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CALIA, which retails items including the $45 Women's Diamond Mesh Long Sleeve Shirt and the $60 Women's Energize Rib Leggings, might be contributing to Carrie's estimated $85 million net worth, but today seemed to be bringing in a big groan.

"I really like the styles, but very pricey ,❤️" one fan added.

"Agreed! I really thought her being a small town girl that she would remember where she came from and make them@more affordable," a further fan wrote. A user querying the brand's quality also wrote that CALIA needs "better fabrics that don't look tired so quickly." Scroll for the mask shaming storm.

Mask Shamed At Target

Carrie Underwood poses at Target in jeans and a face mask
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Carrie is still making headlines for a nasty wave of comments shaming her for wearing a face mask as she visited her local Target to promote Christmas album "My Gift." The mom of two, who delivered a COVID PSA in April with 2010-married husband Mike Fisher, had posed in the CD aisle and in jeans, plus a glittery black face mask.

As The Blast reported, angry users told Carrie to "take off" her mask, with right-wing users turning it political as they outlined: "I don't wear mine to Target and neither do the employees. So happy to live in a Red state 💞."

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