Carrie Underwood talks locking son in car: 'It was such a random thing'

Carrie Underwood Destroys a Car to Rescue Her Baby Son Locked Inside

Carrie Underwood's accidentally locking her 6-month-old son Isaiah in the car earlier this summer was a really "random" experience, the singer said, as her dog managed to press the lock button to keep her and her husband out.

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"It was such a random thing, we were at the airport," Underwood recently told WUSN US99.5's Lisa Dent & Ramblin' Ray. "My husband and I both got out of the same time, and both shut the door at the same time, and immediately one of our dogs -- I still don't know what one it was -- jumped up on the control panel on the door, and heard the thing click. And I was like, 'The doors locked, the doors locked, the doors locked!'"

No one had a spare set of keys and her husband, Nashville Predators player Mike Fisher, were forced to break the window.

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What's more, Underwood said the car didn't even belong to them; it belonged to Fisher's parents, her in-laws. She joked, "I don't think our dogs will ever be invited back."

Listen to the interview here.

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