Carrie Underwood celebrated her 100th performance on the Grand Ole Opry, and Cody was there to see it!
The country megastar invited Cody backstage before and after the Saturday (3/25) performance, one of four sold-out performances of the weekend, to mark the milestone moment.
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“Carrie, you mean so much to us great to celebrate 100 @opry shows with u. see u at the #ACMs,” Cody captioned a picture with Carrie and partner Trea Smith.
“The Fighter” singer made her Opry debut on June 10, 2005, less than two weeks after winning American Idol, and became an official Opry member in 2008.
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“I grew up dreaming of one day performing here and maybe even becoming a member,” Carrie said from the stage during her 100th performance. “That dream comes true over and over each time I take the Opry stage. Here’s to the next 100!”
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Country legend Connie Smith introduced Carrie during the festivities and presented her fellow Opry member with a commemorative print and a rose bouquet in celebration of 100 Opry appearances.
Cody and the rest of the backstage crew marked the 100-show milestone with a specially-decorated cake from Nashville’s IveyCake and 100 pink roses in her dressing room, a surprise gift from the Opry.