Carrie Underwood's Sons Were 'Breakdancing' During Her Latest Opry Show


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Carrie Underwood delivered a powerhouse performance at the Grand Ole Opry on Tuesday evening (June 7), and at one point, her sons might have stolen the show. Video shared on Twitter by a fan attending the show appeared to capture the two young boys — Isaiah, 7, and Jacob, 3 — “breakdancing” as their superstar mom sings “I Told You So,” the ballad originally released by Randy Travis.

The fan who shared the video said seeing the kids “breakdancing” during the song “is giving me LIFE.” In a separate tweet, the fan wrote, “I never would have pictured [“I Told You So”] being a breakdancing song but your boys stole the show,” adding that the kids are “completely not phased [sic] by who their mama is…”

Underwood’s sons were seated in a church pew that’s typically reserved for family and other guests. It’s located at the back of the Opry stage, and although the lights don’t directly shine on those pews, audience members may still see the guests in the seats. The fan also noticed a sweet moment after Underwood finished singing one of her songs. As she walked off stage, “Isaiah jumped in her arms and she danced/held him while the band finished the song.”

Underwood is getting ready to release her next album on Friday (June 10). The highly-anticipated project, Denim & Rhinestones, includes 12 new tracks. Underwood has already released four of them, including “Ghost Story,” “Denim & Rhinestones,” “Crazy Angels” and “She Don’t Know.” Underwood, who also announced her upcoming “Denim & Rhinestones Tour” with Jimmie Allen, previously said her new album is one that reflects who she is as a person: “I grew up listening to so many different kinds of music. I feel like that is extremely evident in this body of work.”

See a few photos from Underwood's Opry performance here: