Carrie Underwood: Having People Smell Like Me 'Might Weird Me Out'

03/23/2012 at 12:00 PM ET

Carrie Underwood
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Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Lopez and (begrudgingly) Adam Levine may be into the idea of creating their own fragrances, but one star who’s not? Carrie Underwood.

“I really don’t know if I would do the whole fragrance thing,” she tells AOL’s The Boot. “I don’t want to smell like anybody else.”

More importantly, she doesn’t want anyone else smelling like her. “If people walked up to me smelling like me, it might weird me out,” she admits. “So that one’s not quite for me.”

However, the young starlet — the current face of Olay — isn’t totally opposed to putting her name on a product. When asked about creating clothing and shoes someday, the singer has a change of tune. “I would love to do that for other people,” she shares, “and create things that people would like to wear.” Perhaps we have another Jessica Simpson in our midst? Tell us: Have you ever purchased a celebrity perfume?

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Emily on

How much you wanna bet that within two years she has her own fragrance? Like she would even wear it anyway….puhlease. She can get any perfume, body spray or fragrance that she wants…just because she might (or according to her, might not) put her name on something doesn’t mean it is actually something that she would use. Stars do it all the time. I’m sure Britney Spears doesn’t wear her own perfume….she buys the expensive stuff.

Brandi on

Yes, I have Preppy Princess perfume by Vera Wang.

Sammi on

She comes off as thinking she’s so above everyone else…..COOL, Carrie.

Gail on

Sammi-
I disagree with your statement ~ She comes off as thinking she’s so above everyone else ~
what do you base that statement on? Of all the charitable things she does, she is so far from NOT being the way you say. Gee, judge much?

Kelcie on

I agree with Sammi and Emily. This is the same person who said she would never get a Twitter. Never say never…

Me on

Kind of a silly reply. So she does not wear any type of perfume or fragrance now whatsoever?!? That would be about the only way you would not smell like anyone else, if you wore nothing.

Carries fan on

I love Carrie. She is adorable and good hearted. Ignore the ignorance of others. She is a great example for our young ones to look up to. She sets a great example in all she does. She is very talented and is blessed because of it. Dont hate…You go Carrie..I still would love you if you smelled like doggie do.

Snow on

That’s an ignorant and narcisstic statement if I’ve ever heard one. Wow. First off, a fragrance melds with a persons own chemistry, resulting in a unique smell for each individual. So right there, she’s ignorant. And an ignoramus for – omg – not wanting anyone to smell like her. Seriously? Don’t let your head get too big there girl. Oh wait, too late.

Kim on

She doesn’t want anyone else smelling like her? Does she ever wear perfume? If so, there’s somebody (probably a lot of women!) who purchases the same kind and yes..smells just like her. Unless you make your own perfume and never let anybody else have it..lots of women smell alike.

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