The country star - who released her UK debut album Blown Away earlier this week - confessed that she is a fan of British music.
Talking about covering Coldplay's 'Fix You' at her one-off concert at London's Royal Albert Hall last night (June 21), Underwood told MTV: "The challenge was finding a song, but I love that song, it was one that I already knew, front to back, and the band were really excited about playing it too.
"It just kind of happened, once I thought of that one - it was the one that we were going to do."
Speaking further about UK music, Underwood added: "I love Jessie J. I think she's like super talented. She's really popular in the US right now, so I hear quite a bit of her.
"I know Cheryl Cole is really big here and I've heard a little bit of her in the States and she's obviously very gorgeous."
Asked whether she thinks the Girls Aloud star could crack the US, Underwood replied: "I don't know why not. Like I said, she's not as big right now as she is here but I've heard a little bit of her on the radio."
Carrie Underwood's UK debut album Blown Away is on course to land inside the Top 10 this Sunday (June 24).
Watch the music video for Carrie Underwood's latest single 'Good Girl' below: