Carrie Underwood is a bit of a doomsday prepper

Carrie Underwood lounging

There are a lot of country stars I can see prepping for the end of humanity as we know it – Blake Shelton, Craig Morgan, Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert. Basically anyone who can kill their own food.

Carrie Underwood, however, is not one of those people that would pop in my head if you said the word “prepping”.

Surprisingly, though, she tells Us Weekly in their new “25 Things You Don’t Know About Me” interview that she is, in fact, a bit of a doomsday prepper (or preparer as she calls it).

“Make fun of me,” she says, “but we’ll see who survives the zombie apocalypse.”

We would never make fun of you, Carrie.

This is the same interview that we mentioned the other day where Carrie reveals that she has a huge crush on Patrick Stewart (just like I have since I was like 13) so, yeah, it’s packed full of all kinds of fun little tidbits. You can read the other 23 items on her list here.

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  1. naynay.12@zoomtown.com'

    I laughed so hard reading all those things about Carrie. She is so funny and such an adorable dork. I don’t think I would want anyone to know all the dorky things I said or thought when I was a teenager. Those things are locked away in my diary and I have the only key.LOL

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