Carrie Underwood really hasn’t changed a bit since high school.
She recently got in on the viral TikTok “Teenage Dirtbag” challenge, where people share old photos of themselves in high school.
In what are supposed to be embarrassing, less-than-flattering photos, they’re synced up with Wheatus’ 2000 mega-hit “Teenage Dirtbag” in the background.
In her graduation photo at the end of the video, you see Carrie with two black eyes smiling for the camera, and she noted that she had some sort of mishap on her senior trip during a softball game.
For the most part, though, she looks pretty much the same, and I don’t think there’s any realm in which Carrie would ever qualify as a “teenage dirtbag”:
“As someone who was a teenager when this song was actually on the radio…enjoy the awkwardness…
Also, I did, indeed, graduate with the black eyes (senior school trip softball mishap).”
Carrie is also set to return as the voice of NBC’s Sunday Night Football for the intro of “Waiting All Day For Sunday Night,” which officially kicks off this Thursday, September 8th.
Here’s the 2021 version of the song: