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Carrie Underwood's recent hilarious hairstyle sparks laughs online, even from her hubby

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Mar 15, 2018
08:01 A.M.
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The singer’s husband did not hold back in criticizing her hairstyle.

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Country Living reported Mike Fisher’s throwback photo from Carrie Underwood’s American Idol days on the occasion of her 35th birthday.

It was 13 years ago that an unknown individual became a household name, thanks to a winning run on American Idol.

Now, when the show is set to return on ABC, the singer’s husband, hockey player, Mike Fisher, shared an incredible photo with fans.

Fisher remembered his wife’s moment of fame and one of her awkward 2005 hairstyle.

It was Underwood’s 35th birthday and Fisher took to Instagram to share a throwback photo of his wife’s American Idol days.

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‘Happy birthday to an incredible wife and an amazing mom with killer hair! All kidding aside you’re a blessing to Izzy and I every day! Love you.’

Mike Fisher, Instagram, March 11, 2018.

Underwood, however, had the perfect comeback. In response to the post, she said, ‘You just can’t let some things go, can ya’?’ She added that marrying a girl from the South gets a lifetime subscription to Elnett (hairspray).

Underwood was a contestant on the talent-hunt show, American Idol, way back in 2005. She won the season and went on to prove judge Simon Cowell’s predictions true.

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The photo is from an episode when Underwood was a top 11 finalist, with Cowell predicting a massive career.

He had also predicted that she would win that particular season and would go on to sell more records than any of the previous winners.

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Underwood has enjoyed a successful career and even after a scary fall outside her house in November 2017, she released a brand-new single, The Champion featuring Ludacris.

The song, which talks about facing challenges, has more than five million views on YouTube. It was released on January 12, 2018, and served as an opening theme for NBC’s television broadcast of Super Bowl LII.

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