"I officially have a feud with whoever used this pic!" Clarkson tweeted alongside an image of the magazine's cover. "At least give me a good pic if y'all are gonna be lying is all I'm sayin'."
Someone just sent me this & I'm like why does she get the good pic & I have the worst expression I've ever made w/zero muscles being used in my face ha! I officially have a feud w/whoever used this pic! At least give me a good pic if y'all are gonna be lying is all I'm sayin'💁🏼♀️🤣 pic.twitter.com/RWFnech5MT
She especially took issue with the fact that Underwood appears to look flawless, as usual, in the picture chosen for her while Clarkson looks like she has "zero muscles being used" in her face.
Honestly, she's being way too hard on herself as both women look fabulous; Clarkson just looks a little more peeved about the whole thing. And she is, even if this response clearly had some humor to it as well.
One response Clarkson got back was good enough that Clarkson shared it back on her timeline so she could respond to it. This user said Underwood got the good pic "because there is no bad pic of Carrie."
Hahaha touché 💁🏼♀️ well, I have PLENTY of rough ones ha! But I guess it builds character and keeps me humble 😜 this is what I tell myself. https://t.co/u3mVXzfNTg
If they really want to make it a spectacle, debut the song on the season finale of "American Idol" and perform it by busting through a blown up shot of this magazine cover after being introduced by Reba McEntire -- the magazine said the country superstar was "forced to step in."
And definitely work the line "Carrie doesn't know who she's messing with" into the lyrics.
They could even invite Drew Barrymore and all the guys who want to date her from another one of the cover blurbs to star in the music video with her, though we'd stay away from the Jordyn-Khloe-Tristan situation entirely.