WATCH: Carrie Underwood and Son Isaiah Sing ‘Jesus Loves Me’ in Adorable 2017 Video

by Katie Maloney
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Carrie Underwood shared a video of herself singing with her son and we’ve never seen a cuter duet.

Watch out Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn, or Johnny Cash and June Carter, there’s a new adorable country music duo in town. It’s Carrie Underwood and her son, Isaiah. Many fans heard the two sing together on Underwood’s Christmas album, My Gift. The two sang “Little Drummer Boy.” However, Underwood shared a video of her and Isaiah harmonizing long before her album was released.

In 2017, Underwood shared a video of Isaiah curled up in his car seat as she drove. You can only see the top of Isaiah’s little head in the video. Underwood starts singing “Jesus Loves Me.” And before long, Isaiah is singing along with her.

Carrie has always been vocal about her faith. In fact, she just released her latest album, My Savior. The album is a collection of Carrie Underwood’s favorite gospel and hymn songs. Based on this video, it looks like Isaiah is following in his mom’s footsteps when it comes to faith.

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Since her debut album in 2005, Carrie has released seven studio albums and 29 singles. She’s also won seven Grammys, seven CMAs, and 15 AMAs. However, in a video post promoting her My Savior album, Underwood said this could be her most important album yet.

“This album is one that I have always wanted to make,” Carrie said during the video. “This is legacy stuff to me. I feel like at the heart of it all is an album like this one.”

During the same video, Carrie shared that her passion for music and performance was born during the times she went to church as a little girl.

“We had our little church … My first one probably would have been just very tiny – wooden pews,” she said. “It was probably the first place where I sang, as well, was in church. Singing these hymns in the congregation as well as being on stage and singing in front of people. It was always just familiar. These songs are like a warm hug…”

Although “Jesus Loves Me” didn’t make it onto the album, we’re hoping for another live performance with Carrie Underwood and Isaiah soon.

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