Carrie Underwood Sings ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ in LED Light Face Mask: ‘Why Is This So Funny to Me’

by Emily Morgan

Carrie Underwood is protecting herself from COVID-19 while at the same time having way too much fun.

On Wednesday, the singer posted a hilarious clip via TikTok lip-syncing from her car. However, this wasn’t your typical carpool karaoke: Underwood opted for a flashing light-up mask as her singing prop.

The mask, which you can purchase via Amazon, is voice-activated and syncs with your personal music choice.

For Underwood’s impromptu concert, she chose Queen’s classic “Bohemian Rhapsody.”


😂😂😂 why is this so funny to me? #mask #LED

♬ Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen

Carrie Underwood paired the hilarious clip by writing, “why is this so fun to me?

Earlier in 2020, Underwood joined TikTok. For her first upload, she posted her husband, Mike Fisher, catching and releasing a bird that had flown into their home, specifically into a large nook in the living room that houses a large light fixture.

“Desperate times call for desperate measures,” says Fisher while holding two fishing nets. Fisher used both traps to safely catch the bird without harming some very expensive-looking light fixtures. The bird returns to the wild as the video ends.

Carrie Underwood Goes Full-On Savage For Fans

Carrie Underwood is one of the many celebrities to have joined TikTok. The Grammy-winning artist has kept fans entertained with throwback shots, farm life videos, and one of the platform’s famous dance challenges.

In the spring, Underwood shared a video of herself and a friend joining other users to take on the “Savage Challenge,” performing the TikTok choreographed dance to Megan Thee Stallion’s song “Savage.”


We are not savage. 🤷‍♀️ @melissaschleicher

♬ Savage – Megan Thee Stallion

Underwood seamlessly danced in the clip through the choreography standing in front of her co-star, hairstylist, and makeup artist Melissa Schleicher.

Wearing a mask, it appeared Schleicher hadn’t rehearsed as much as her friend. She mostly played the role of “hypeman” for Underwood.

“We know we are not, in fact, savage,” Underwood hilariously wrote over the clip. She added to the sentiment in her caption, joking, “We are not savage.”