Carrie Underwood’s out her making bachelorette dreams come true.
During a show at her Las Vegas Reflection residency over the weekend, Carrie brought up a fan named Nicole to sing with her, who was in Sin City for her bachelorette party.
After complementing each other’s shoes, Carrie asked her where she was from and when she’s getting married.
Nicole replied that she’s from Waterford, Connecticut, and that she’s getting married in September. Then, Carrie asked Nicole if she knew the words to the next song, “All-American Girl,” and of course, she did, saying:
“I don’t sing, but I can do it!”
Nicole jumped right in with Carrie, belting out every word and dancing around on stage like she’s been up there in front of thousands of people every night just like Carrie.
I have to respect the heck out of the fact that she was not shy in the least, and enjoyed every single moment of a night that she will surely never forget.
Hell, she might remember this moment more than her actual wedding…
This sure beats drunk karaoke on broadway in Nashville, amirite?
Major props to Carrie for making Nicole’s dreams come true during what was already a special trip for the bride-to-be:
“All-American Girl” was written by Carrie, Ashley Gorley and Kelley Lovelace. It was the second single from her 2007 second studio album, Carnival Ride, and peaked at #1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
It’s always been one of my favorite’s from Carrie, and the music video is just as sweet as the song: