Carrie Underwood took a moment out of her recent concert at the Washington State Fair in Puyallup, Wa., on Friday night (Sept. 13) to perform an unlikely duet with a three-year-old girl featured in the singer's "See You Again" music video. The clip, which features inspiring footage from real-life situations, tells a story of hope and love from various perspectives, enhancing the lyrics and promise of a reunion.
The song was co-written by Underwood, Hillary Lindsey and David Hodges and became Underwood's 18th No. 1 hit on the charts. As the fourth single from her "Blown Away" disc, it follows on the heels of previous chart-toppers "Good Girl," the title track and "Two Black Cadillacs." The song was originally intended for "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" film but was shelved in favor of the more sweeping "A Place For Us" tune.
Earlier this week, the Country Music Association announced this year's prestigious list of nominees for the 47th Annual CMA Awards. Hot off the heels of her sold-out Blown Away Tour, Underwood scooped up a trio of nominations, including for Female Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year (for her windy, platinum-selling project). "Blown Away" also nabbed a nod for Video of the Year, a category that boasts a wide array of topics -- ranging from Blake Shelton's rowdy "Boys Round Here" and Miranda Lambert's crazy "Mama's Broken Heart."
Check out the duet in the video above.