You Can Watch Carrie Underwood Sing With Her Son Isaiah During Her New Christmas Special

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Christmas is here early for Carrie Underwood fans!

The country superstar’s new streaming TV event, My Gift: A Christmas Special From Carrie Underwood, was just released on HBO Max on Thursday. The 54-minute program shows Carrie take the stage to perform a handful of holiday classics as well as original tracks from her first-ever Christmas album, My Gift. It also gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at how the singer’s new album was made, with an appearance by one very adorable guest.

Carrie’s 5-year-old son Isaiah joined her to record a mother-son rendition of “The Little Drummer Boy” and it might just be the sweetest thing you’ll watch this year. The singer shared a sneak peek of her duet with Isaiah on Instagram on Tuesday and, well, you just need to see for yourself.




Seriously—does it get any cuter?!

“So happy we captured the sweetest voice in this special moment in time,” Carrie wrote alongside the photo of herself and her oldest son.

She explains in the HBO special that having her little boy be a part of the album was so important to her because “children are truly our greatest gift.” It was extra meaningful because “The Little Drummer Boy” is one of Carrie’s “absolute favorite” Christmas songs.

Isaiah, for his part, took working with his mom very seriously. He showed up to the recording session dressed in a collared shirt and assured Carrie that he was ready for anything.

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“I can do it as much times as you want,” he says to her in the special. (But, of course, he nailed the song right away!)

“If nothing else, I have this for the rest of my life,” Carrie says.

WATCH Carrie Underwood – Little Drummer Boy (Official Audio Video) ft. Isaiah Fisher VIDEO BELOW:




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