Carrie Underwood and her wax figure
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was in New York for the unveiling of her wax figure, but she also addressed Jessica Simpson
, ex-boyfriends and Faith Hill
at Madam Tussauds on Thursday.
Talking about the life-like replica of herself, Underwood said: "Honestly, it looks so good, it's almost kind of creepy looking at myself."
When asked by reporters about Simpson, who is dating Underwood's ex-boyfriend Tony Romo, the country star brushed off rumors of a feud.
"I met her once and she seemed really nice so I don't have a feud with anybody," said Underwood, who then commented on Simpson's recent crossover to country music.
"I think it's great that country music just seems to be opening their arms to people that want to be a part of it," she said. "They let me in when they didn't have to and they're doing the same thing for a lot of other people."
Underwood also spoke about her thoughts about ex-boyfriends and the role the media plays in her relationships.
"I generally have been friends with ex-boyfriends. Sometimes the whole media thing adds, well not sometimes, every time it adds a little obstacle," said the American Idol
winner. "But before all this, everybody I had ever dated I was friends with."
In response to Hill's recent sexy photo shoot
for the cover of Shape
magazine, Underwood had nothing but praise for the 41-year-old country crooner.
"I think it's great!" she said. "Three kids, shoot. She's what we should all aspire to be because she's one person that's very, very confident in herself."