Carrie Underwood Reveals She Listens To Boy Bands To Motivate Her at the Gym

by Joe Rutland
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Carrie Underwood, boy bands, and the gym? What’s the connection? Well, Underwood finds the boy-band sound helps her at the gym.

Underwood, 37 and a mother of two, admits that she needs that motivation to stay healthy and on-point with her workouts.

“My playlist varies day to day,” Underwood said in an interview with talk-show host and actress Drew Barrymore. “This morning I did something, it was all about boy bands and the whole thing was just boy bands. I was like this is fun because you wonder who is going to come next. It’s just fun to switch it up and get silly, it’s OK.”

Underwood said that her thoughts are around to just go and get it done.

“Just get it done, get up, go to the gym, then it’s over you feel better,” she said. “You are doing something good for yourself. And you think it’s just making your bed but it makes you feel better.

“You check it off the list and you move on and get on to more important things. And you have that foundation of I’ve already done something today.”

Carrie Underwood Sings Wearing An LED Light Face Mask

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

On Jan. 7, 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.”

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.

H/T: Daily Mail UK

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