Carrie Underwood is officially on TikTok! For the country star's very first video, she shared a recent interaction she and her husband, Mike Fisher, had with an unwanted intruder in their home.
"There's a bird in our house," Underwood tells viewers in the clip before flipping the camera around to show her husband in front of her with two large nets.
"Desperate times call for desperate measures," the former NHL player says.
As Underwood filmed, Fisher attempted to capture the bird which was sitting up high in a tall windowsill of the home. Making it a bit more challenging, there was also a dangling light fixture he had to carefully weave the net through to get to the bird.
"Got him!" Carrie exclaimed from behind the camera.
The video concluded with the couple setting the bird free outside. "Bye, guy!" the country star said as Fisher opened his hands to let the bird fly.
Watch the full TikTok video below!
The bird invasion situation happened at Underwood's home in Nashville, Tennessee, where she's quarantining with her family. Despite being stuck at home, Underwood is determined to maintain her healthy and active lifestyle.
"She is dedicated to living as healthy as possible the for 52 weeks of the year," Underwood's trainer, Eve Overland, recently told US Weekly.
She continued on to explain how the country star finds time for fitness revealing that she "sneaks in exercises when she can or just as she moves about in her everyday life." Underwood is so dedicated that she's even "been know to do walking lunges around the house and jog in place while doing laundry."
On top of that, the country star has been doing workouts from her new fit52 fitness app. Her favorite is called the Card Game which can be done anywhere.
When Underwood isn't busy exercising or working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons, 5-year-old, Isaiah and 1-year-old Jacob. A recent photo she shared of her husband reading a book to Isaiah who was sitting on his lap, while Jacob played by his feet gives fans a glimpse into her life at home.
"Best way to start the day...coffee and Bible stories on the front porch," she wrote along with the sweet picture.
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