Carrie Underwood returned to the Grand Ole Opry on Tuesday evening in Nashville for a special performance, where she shared the stage with Bryan White. In a caption of a photo of the pair on social media, Underwood admitted that it was a “full circle moment” performing with her fellow Okie.
“This pic pretty much sums up my night at the @opry,” she captions a photo of her performance with White. “This was my #FullCircleMoment !! Growing up, I was a member of the @bryan_white Fan Club and even sang to him in a meet and greet. Tonight, I sang WITH him in the circle!”
Dressed in a long white gown, Underwood looked at ease standing beside her childhood crush and country music icon in the Opry circle where she performed her current single "Southbound,” White's 1996 hit “I'm Not Supposed to Love You Anymore” and “Something in the Water.” During her induction into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame last year, she confessed her early love for White while her husband was seated in the audience.