The superstar has yet to miss the top 10 on the Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts with any of her singles released to the format.
Carrie Underwood notches her 25th top 10 on both Billboard's Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts (dated Dec. 3), as "Dirty Laundry" pushes 11-10 on each list. On the latter it gains by 8 percent to 26.8 million in audience, according to Nielsen Music.
Underwood has linked all 25 top 10s consecutively on the charts, encompassing all of her country singles promoted to the format, excluding holiday fare. Her run began with her first country single, "Jesus, Take the Wheel," her first of 15 Country Airplay No. 1s and 14 Hot Country songs leaders, in 2006.
Underwood extends the longest streak of top 10 promoted singles from a career's start on both charts; Tracy Lawrence ranks second with 19 out-of-the-gate top 10s in 1992-97. Among women, Underwood boasts the second-most Country Airplay top 10s, after Reba McEntire (36).