She has some fun!
On Saturday Carrie Underwood had great fun with her husband Mike Fisher while the duo were driving together in a car.
In the video, Carrie, who recently made her triumphant return to the stage at the 2018 ACM Awards earlier this month, sits in the passenger seat while the hockey player of the Nashville Predators makes a high-pitched sound with his mouth.
He drives as The 35-year-old films the moment she then publishes on Instagram Stories.
When he makes the creaking sound, the Landgalette whispers to the camera and says, "Help me." Above the video, the singer wrote, "Do we need to be so annoying."
The funny video shows close-ups of the singer who had her face hidden from her house after her "hard case" last November while riding in the car.
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It has been over five months since the American Idol winner had a "freak accidental accident" in which she broke her wrist and hers Face hurt.
On New Year's Day, Carrie told her fan club members that the November accident actually required a facial constriction of 40-50.
"Although I had the best people to help me, I am still healthy and do not quite look the same," she wrote. "I honestly do not know how things will end, but I know that: I'm grateful."
The singer stayed behind for months, both before and after sharing the news with her fans, and many were eager to see her face after saying that she "did not quite look the same".
Earlier this month, the "Before He Cheats" singer returned to the stage and into the limelight of the ACMs with all eyes fixed on her. She received a standing ovation for her performance of "Cry Pretty". Prior to her appearance, the country star shared some pictures of her full face that she had previously hidden.
Carrie recently gave her first interview since she fell and she explained what actually happened to her on that fateful night in November.
"I was clumsy and I stumbled," she told Host Storme Warren during SiriusXM's The Highway. "I held the dog leash in my left hand and went to catch my right foot and missed the crotch, there is one single step, I said that if I had fallen somewhere else, I would have been fine, but that's why I wanted to catch myself and I missed. "
Since comebacking on stage, Carrie is keen to make viewers see her face and show them that she's A-okay despite her fall and the aftermath.