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Carrie Underwood reveals her Thanksgiving tradition with fans in fun snap

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Rebecca Lewis
Rebecca Lewis - Los Angeles
Los Angeles correspondentLos Angeles
November 24, 2021
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Carrie Underwood has given fans a sneak peek at her Thanksgiving plans and shared a fun tradition.

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The country star took to social media to reveal that she had started her Thanksgiving prep by baking in her kitchen. Alongside a selfie with a whisk covered in buttercream, Carrie added: "Started the Thanksgiving prep! As a kid, licking the beater was my favorite."

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The mom-of-two wore a plum sweater with her blonde hair loose and tied back off her face.

Carrie and her husband, former NHL player Mike Fisher, live in Tennessee on a $3 million 400-acre plot of land on which they built their dream home. They are parents to six-year-old Isaiah and two-year-old Jacob.

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In 2016, Carrie told Country Living that they were working on building their dream house on the plot of land.

"My husband, Mike, and I are designing our forever home," she explained. "My must-haves are a wood-burning fireplace, a porch swing and rocking chairs."

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Carrie revealed her childhood traditions

This Thanksgiving will see Carrie lead the line-up of performers for the 95th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Carrie will perform a song from her Christmas album My Gift which was re-released as a special edition earlier in 2021.

This year is extra special for the annual event too as it returns to its pre-pandemic glory, meaning last year's scaled-back, made-for-TV celebration is firmly in the rear window.

DWTS' Jimmie Allen, Kelly Rowland, Rob Thomas, and Kristin Chenoweth are just some of the big names who will be putting on a show. There will also be performances from Broadway's best shows including SIX, Moulin Rouge! The Musical and Wicked.

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