Carrie Underwood was on Jimmy Fallon last week to promote her new health and wellness book, Find Your Patch. For her appearance, she wore a black outfit with metallic shoes. Most liked the look, but one person on Instagram tried to troll the singer.
“Hideous heels,” the troll commented on Underwood’s photo on Instagram.
“Hideous comment,” Underwood clapped back.
Most people loved the look. “Two of my favorite people EVER! And your outfit [fire emoji],” one said.
“You looked amazing!” said another. “People should keep their comments to themselves!”
“Love the heels and the jump suit! You looked adorable!” a third added.
During the interview with Fallon, Underwood revealed the time she abandoned her husband, Mike Fisher, and their two boys to attend a concert.
“Our tour wrapped and we were nowhere near Las Vegas. So, naturally, I said let’s go to Las Vegas with the band and go see G ‘N R [Guns ‘N Roses] play ’cause it’s kind of a lifelong dream of mine I never thought would happen and couldn’t waste that opportunity,” she said. “So, I abandoned my husband, abandoned my two children, went to Vegas, saw Guns ‘N Roses.”
“Usually when I go to concerts I’m in a box to the side, ya know, which is great, it has its perks, there’s usually a bathroom in there and it’s kind of awesome. But, you miss the energy of the crowd and because we were in Vegas we were kind of just in there with everybody else,” Underwood told Fallon. “And it was absolutely incredible because you could feel everybody, everybody screaming, I was screaming. I was like, ‘I’m never gonna see none of these people ever again. I’m gonna act like a fool.’ And it was amazing.”
While doing the media rounds to promote the new book, Underwood also spoke to PEOPLE about how her and Fisher attempt to give their boys a normal upbringing despite their celebrity status.
“We have dinner together six nights a week,” Underwood told the outlet. “I feel like that’s something really important. What my husband and I talk about more than anything is how to make sure our children have a ‘normal’ childhood. That’s hard with this particular life.”
“My husband and I are trying this thing where we get up earlier so we can have a little quiet time before the kids wake up,” Underwood said. “Then we have breakfast together, and it’s all about the mad dash out the door. I have a calendar-journal that I look at for the day and week ahead. It’s nice to see it laid out in front of me.”
She said her and Fisher enjoy some downtime after the kids go to sleep.
“Mike and I sit on the couch and catch up and watch The Bachelor or The Walking Dead,” she said. “That’s my balance, work hard and then veg.”