Carrie Underwood Has 'Full Circle Moment' Singing With Hero Bryan White

Carrie Underwood has achieved so much in her career since winning American Idol in 2005. From dozens of awards and more No. 1 songs than you count, she's basically done it all.

The country music titan reached another career milestone, and maybe her most-meaningful one yet, on Tuesday (August 13) when she performed at the Grand Ole Opry with her childhood hero, Bryan White.

The 36-year-old "Love Wins" singer hasn't been shy about her affinity for White over the years. He didn't just serve as her hero growing up but she also admitted at her Oklahoma Hall of Fame induction that she was pretty sure she was going to marry him when she was growing up. White, who is also from Oklahoma, officially inducted Underwood into the hall of fame back in January. 

The pair reunited this month at the Opry to perform White's 1996 hit "I’m Not Supposed to Love You Anymore." Underwood also performed some other hits like "Southbound" and “Something in the Water."

After her set, Underwood took to Instagram to express her excitement to sing with her hero. She posted a photo of the pair and captioned it: "This pic pretty much sums up my night at the @opry This was my #FullCircleMoment !! 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!"

Underwood will be heading back out on tour to finish up her Cry Pretty Tour 360. Catch the fan-recorded Opry performance below.

 

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