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Carrie Underwood's Geo Island Bikini Makes Unexpected Fall Comeback

By Rebecca Cukier

Carrie Underwood dropping jaws in a skintight, herring-bone bikini to mark the "first day of summer" just made a massive comeback. The 37-year-old country superstar and 2005 "American Idol" winner fronted media outlets for posing in her closet for that headline-making Geo Island bikini selfie back in June, with PopCulture now showing how much the stylish swimwear is back in demand.

Carrie's bikini, from her 2015-founded CALIA by Carrie athleisurewear line, is even sparking dupe recommendations – if your search winds up with a "sold out," similar for $45.97 and $31.99 is available at Dick's Sporting Goods. Check out the 'kini below.

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Music Icon Or Fitness Icon?

Carrie Underwood poses stretching in a playground

Scroll for the selfie that caused a giant hoopla back in the summer. Carrie, snagging herself nearly half a million likes for the shot, had snapped herself inside her spacious closet – complete with nifty laundry facilities – while flaunting the body behind her "Find Your Path" diet and exercise book, also complete with accompanying Fit52 app.

The photo showed the "Southbound" singer in a black-and-white, ribbed bikini flaunting cheesegrater abs and Carrie's world-famous legs. "First day of summer" Loving this swim combo @caliabycarrie," the star had written.

Geo Island Girl Vibes

Carrie Underwood poses for an indoor bikini selfie

Carrie, who largely remains modest on her IG except for those rock-hard legs, had wowed fans all over again with a body that gave birth in January 2019 – together with 2010-married husband Mike Fisher, the singer is a mom to 5-year-old Isaiah and 1-year-old Jacob.

The bottoms, right now, are available on the CALIA by Carrie website. The bikini top, retailing for $35.97 isn't exactly free, but fans have largely reviewed CALIA to be quality fabric – Carrie did get slammed recently over prices, though. More photos below.

Fitness Book Experiences Pandemic Sales Spike

Carrie Underwood poses outdoors in leggings

Carrie is cashing in amid the global pandemic. Her March-released "Find Your Path" book has actually experienced a sales spike as millions lead new lives from home, with the Fit52 app now available on both Android and Apple downloads. Carrie's app comes with a 52-strong deck of cards as its base, with the concept being that not every week needs to be perfect, but it's the combined overall effort that counts.

The super-fit woman you're seeing in the photos wasn't always strong or well-nourished, though. Carrie was starving herself on just 800 calories following her "American Idol" win.

Starving On Only 800 Calories A Day

Carrie Underwood poses while journaling

Carrie opened up to Women's Health in the run-up to her book release, revealing that seeing online message board trolls saying "Carrie's getting fat" had bashed her confidence. She reduced her calories to just 800 a day, 1200 below the recommended daily allowance for women.

"I was sleeping better and I had more energy for our gruelling schedule," Carrie said, adding:

"I would “fall off the wagon” then feel terrible and repeat the cycle. Your body is screaming out, “I need more calories, I need more carbs!”‘

Carrie is now a "wannabe vegan," with her diet including healthy smoothies and vegan chicken stir fries, plus her treat – wine and watching "The Bachelor."

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