Brad Paisley Crashes Carrie Underwood’s Stage For Parody Song & “Remind Me” Duet

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Country superstar Carrie Underwood took her Denim & Rhinestones Tour to the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday, March 1.

Because it was a “hometown” show for the country star – and her opener Jimmie Allen – there were a few surprises in store. One of those surprises was Jason Aldean showing up to sing their chart-topping (and award-winning) song “If I Didn’t Love You.”

@joeydtran The one & only @jasonaldeanmusic made a surprise appearance at @carrieunderwood Nashville show for the #denimandrhinestonestour!!! I shouldn’t be surprise but I can’t believe I am hearing it live and in person! . #jasonaldean #carrieunderwood #ifididntloveyou #countrymusic #nashvilleshow #inperson #surprise #whatishappening #concerts #thisisreal #iknewit #denimandrhinestones ♬ original sound – Joey Tran

Another huge surprise was when Brad Paisley walked out to join Underwood on stage! The crowd went absolutely wild for the reunion. Of course, Paisley and Underwood hosted the CMA Awards together for 11 years. Over the course of those many years hosting together, they sang countless parody songs during the monologue, which was one of the best parts of them teaming up tgoether!

During her Nashville tour stope, Paisley came out and the two reflected on the 11 glorious years they hosted the CMA Awards together, and of course they did so in a parody song to the tune of Paisley’s song “I’m Still A Guy.”

They traded off the following lyrics:

“No, this ain’t an awards show / But here we are, me and you.”
“Tonight, it ain’t about who’s gonna win, and who’s gonna lose.”
“But if it was, we’d both be winners, just a’singin’ and a’playin’.”
“’Cause you’re funnier than Luke!”
“And you’re prettier than Peyton!”

By the end of the song, they dubbed themselves “Paisleywood” before hugging it out.

Following their parody, Underwood said, “Okay we’re gonna sing a real song for you guys,” before diving in to their 2011 hit song “Remind Me.”

How we wish we were there for this, and we’re so glad someone got this whole interaction on video. Watch the whole thing go down in the video below.