Even a superstar like Carrie Underwood is not above fan-girling a little bit, and that’s exactly what she did Tuesday night during her appearance on the Grand Ole Opry.
“This pic pretty much sums up my night at the Opry,” she shared on her socials, along with a photo of her smiling demurely as she stands behind Bryan White on the famed stage.
“This was my #FullCircleMoment!!” she added. “Growing up, I was a member of the Bryan White Fan Club and even sang to him in a meet and greet. Tonight, I sang WITH him in the circle!”
During Carrie’s set, the two turned Bryan’s top five hit from 1996, “I’m Not Supposed to Love You Anymore,” into a duet. Carrie also revealed that the song she sang to Bryan at that meet-and-greet was Mary Chapin Carpenter’s 1996 album cut, “I Want to Be Your Girlfriend.”
Carrie also performed her current top ten hit, “Southbound,” as well as “Something in the Water.” You can check out her Opry set via fan video posted on YouTube.
Last year, Bryan was the fellow Okie who inducted Carrie into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame. At the time, she confessed that when she was growing up, she was "pretty sure I was gonna marry that guy."
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