When Carrie Underwood released her song "Cowboy Casanova," some wondered if the song was a shot at Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, whom Underwood used to date. In the song, Underwood derides the Casanova as "candy-coated misery" and "the devil in disguise."
Esquire asked Underwood if her song was directed at the Dallas quarterback, and the singer swiftly rejected the idea -- and came out swinging at Romo. She tells the magazine, "No. I would never immortalize a guy that did me wrong. I would never give him that much credit."
Below, watch the video. Do you think Underwood was telling Esquire the truth?