Carrie Underwood is no stranger to natural disasters. The Oklahoma native is used to severe weather like storms and tornadoes. In fact, one of her biggest hit singles was called "Blown Away."
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So when she and her family--hockey star Mike Fisher and their son Isaiah, who just turned 2--woke up this morning in Nashville to the sounds of tornado sirens, the country music star wasn't rattled. Even when she looked out the window and saw the hail, tree limbs, and the chimney of her house in the driveway, she didn't blink an eye.
Instead she took to Twitter to let her fans know that it all felt "like home." Her hashtag? #Okie
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Woke up to tornado sirens and hail...our chimney is currently in our driveway...tree limbs everywhere...feels like home. #okie— Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) March 1, 2017
Woke up to tornado sirens and hail...our chimney is currently in our driveway...tree limbs everywhere...feels like home. #okie
Still, our thoughts and prayers go out to her and her family. We are so glad everyone's safe!
Carrie Underwood was introduced to her now husband Mike Fisher, a professional hockey player for the Nashville Predators, through her bandmate Mark Childers in 2008. The couple instantly hit it off when they met backstage at one of Underwood's concerts.