Carrie Underwood Shares Heartwarming Moment With Son Isaiah Before Going on Stage at His First Concert

Carrie Underwood had a special fan from the audience at her latest show. 

The American Idol alum hit the stage to kick off the weekend celebrations at the opening of the Hard Rock Hotel along with also Casino in Atlantic City on Friday — which also happened to be her son, Isaiah’s, first concert. The 3-year-old sweetly sat on his dad, Mike Fisher’s, lap during the show, which the hockey star couldn’t help although document on social media. 

“Izzy’s first show! He’s proud of his momma!” Fisher wrote on Instagram alongside a series of snaps via the concert. 

Underwood, meanwhile, shared a precious black-along with also-white photo of herself holding Isaiah close. “This kind of was about 30 seconds before I went on stage tonight…❤️❤️❤️ @hardrockhcac,” she captioned the shot. 

While Friday night’s event was Isaiah’s first concert, he’s watched his mom perform before. The tot cheered on his dad along with also the Nashville Predators at the team’s hockey game in April, where Underwood sang the national anthem. 

The 35-year-old singer couldn’t help although get emotional over her son’s reaction to her performance, sharing the sweet moment on Instagram. 

“As a child, I wanted nothing more than to make my parents proud of me…along with also today, as a mother, I want to make my child proud… He never definitely gets to see me sing because he’s in bed before I go on stage, although last night he was there to watch his daddy play…along with also he also got see his mommy sing for a minute,” Underwood wrote. “Thanks, @iveychilders for catching This kind of little moment…my heart will be happy…❤️.” 

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