Carrie Underwood Says New Tour Won't Feel Real Until She Sees The Stage

Watch: Mike Fisher interprets wife Carrie Underwood's workout by driving up behind her and honking his horn

Carrie Underwood was trying to get a few laps in before she launches her THE DENIM & RHINESTONES TOUR in October. She was out for a jog when her husband, Mike Fisher, decided to have some fun at the singer's expense.

Fisher posted a video of himself rolling up behind Underwood in his truck and loudly honking the horn.

"Not my best work but still had a good laugh! @carrieunderwood," Fisher captioned the video.

After he honked the horn, Underwood spun around without missing a beat and stared at him.

A run isn't the only thing that's been keeping Underwood busy. She's deep in the midst of pulling her THE DENIM & RHINESTONES TOUR together, which will launch on Oct. 15 in Greenville, South Carolina. Jimmie Allen will provide tour support.

"We're kind of off and running in rehearsals," Underwood says. "We're going to be doing wardrobe things soon and just be going through all the music."

The avid athlete and mom of two says her setlist is complete, but the band still needs to do several run-throughs to ensure everything flows well and that everyone feels good playing the songs.

Underwood knows it will be fun, but she particularly can't wait to see the stage assembled. She says that's when it will feel real.

"We're doing all of our music rehearsals right now, and it's we just go, and we do what we do, and we have fun, and we hang out," she says. "But it doesn't quite feel real until you are there in an arena, and it's like, 'Here's your stage.' That's going be the, 'Oh my gosh moment.'"

The singer says fans should expect a completely different experience than they had during her residency in Las Vegas. While that show was focused on her hits, she says this tour will revolve around her new "Denim & Rhinestones" album.

"We're definitely going to have some newer songs," she says. "I've learned so much from our Vegas show that there are certain elements that I enjoy. You take things that you learn from one area and put them into other areas."

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