Carrie Underwood was full of surprises during CMA Fest in Nashville, Tennessee, on Friday. The "Love Wins" singer brought out Joan Jett mid-way through her performance, which closed out the night, and fans went nuts.
Together, Underwood and Jett performed some of the '80s music icon's hit songs, including "I Hate Myself for Loving You," according to Rolling Stone. Carrie and Joan followed the song with "Bad Reputation" and their rendition of Tommy James and the Shondells' "Crimson and Clover" before the huge hit everyone was waiting for... "I Love Rock 'n' Roll."
Underwood talked about the unexpected collaboration before the show. She revealed to PopCulture.com that the idea came about after "bumping into each other" several times over the years. Underwood thought there was a chance Jett would be interested in teaming up with her, and decided there was no harm in asking.
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