The 5-month-old son of Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher prefer his son's spicy voice over his father clearly. (Photo: Getty Images)
Like lullabies, go, it was not a bad parent's duet. But it was hardly fair.
One is the country's superstar. The second is an NHL player. And even though the judge could only have been a cute 5-year-old baby, he clearly had a favorite, and Jacob Bryan, the youngest son of Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher, made it known.
Underwood posted a cute and fun video on her social media channels of the spouse, singing Vince Gills "I still believe in you." The video shows Fisher, 39, who leans over Jacob on the bed, doing his best on vocals, but Jacob is not happy as his regrettable testimonials.
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Underwood, 36, enters with his melodic voice, and Jacob turns his head and tears dry up. Father then takes over and tears go out again.
The singer portrayed the entry, "Everyone" said critic, "and added a shrugging emoji and a face with tears of joy emoji.
Underwood marked both her husband and Vince Gill, the song's original singer and co-author, in her post.  In the comments, Fisher said that perhaps the child's crying had less to do with his father's song and more to do with his mother's source of food.
"The real reason is that he was hungry and wanted your food, "he wrote and added #notmysing.
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