Carrie Underwood Gives Kentucky Boy His Very First Kiss

Carrie Underwood Gives Kentucky Boy His Very First Kiss
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At Carrie Underwood’s Blown Away tour stop in Louisville, Kentucky on Saturday night, there was a kid named Chase who made a sign that said “Will you be my first kiss?”

Carrie saw the sign, brought 12-year-old Chase up on stage, and made his request a reality.

The funny part is when Carrie asks him, “OK, how are we going to do this?” and Chase answers, “Lip to lip.”

The kid definitely has a better opening line than most of the adults I know. He is going to get so much booty just because of this.

What a good sport Carrie is.

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Photo Credit: Rick Diamond/Getty Images

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