Carrie Underwood’s Haunted Sunday Night

The Waiver She Signed Is Scary Enough

Late Sunday night (Oct. 16), Carrie Underwood posted a little video on social media, with her band, saying, “Right now, we’re going to a haunted house, and it’s gonna be awesome.”

They were headed to the Soap Factory’s Haunted Basement, housed inside the historic National Purity Soap Factory in downtown Minneapolis.

And like any quality haunted house, there are things you must know before going in. Underwood and her band must have had to sign the waiver, which states that as a guest, you understand that there are risks and dangers in participating in the Soap Factory’s Haunted Basement.

“Including, but not limited to: risk of personal injury and damage to clothing or possessions resulting from walking through a basement in darkness, uneven walking surfaces, strobe lights, strong smells, loud noises and PTSD triggers, concentrated fog/smoke, physical contact, projectile liquids, dust, dirt, allergens including peanut butter, latex, detergents, as well as disturbing and adult content.”

That terrifying waiver didn’t deter her, though, because when they were all done with the haunted house, she even shared a picture of herself and her musical director and bass player Mark Childers with paint on their faces.

“Me and @bassmmmbass looking cray,” she wrote.

🤓 Me and @bassmmmbass looking cray. #soapfactoryhauntedbasement

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Underwood is a 2016 CMT Artists of the Year honoree. The special airs Thursday (Oct. 20) at 9 p.m. ET. She takes the Storyteller Tour to New York’s Madison Square Garden on Oct. 25.

She and Brad Paisley will co-host the 50th annual CMA Awards live from Nashville on Nov. 2 where she is nominated in four categories including entertainer of the year.

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