Turn on the radio right now and you might hear Carrie Underwood's current hit, "Cry Pretty" from her upcoming album of the same title. While Cry Pretty doesn't come out until Sept. 14, Underwood has already given us a killer performance at the ACM Awards, a powerful music video, a mentorship on "American Idol," and now, a ridiculously adorable personal moment on Instagram.
A few days ago, Underwood posted a sweet video of her husband Mike Fisher belting out "Cry Pretty" in the car while her hit song was coming through the radio airwaves. At first, he somewhat quietly tries to hit the notes, dancing around the correct pitch. Realizing he doesn't have the voice of an angel, Fisher decides to embrace a raspier style, soulfully singing a series of "nos" before breaking into a smile. "Heard that many times," Fisher cracks at wife Carrie Underwood before the family moment gets even cuter when their 3-year-old son Isaiah pipes up from the backseat to laugh at his dad.
Fisher recently retired from his job as a hockey player with the Nashville Predators, and while being a country singer might not be his new career path, spending quality time with his family seems to be suiting him well.
Underwood recently performed "Cry Pretty" at this year's CMT Music Awards where she won Best Female Video for "The Champion." At CMA Fest following the awards in Nashville, there was a booth set up where fans could get the signature "Cry Pretty" glitter tears painted on their face to match Underwood. There's no word as to whether or not Fisher got in line to earn his tears and complete his metamorphosis into a pop-country diva.