Carrie Underwood’s closet laundry setup causes a stir: ‘Genius’
Carrie Underwood’s laundry set up is stealing the spotlight.
The “Jesus, Take the Wheel” singer, 39, posted an Instagram Reel to discuss her seriously squeaky, tight pants, but fans couldn’t help but notice a smart addition in the background of her closet video.
“That time I bought the noisy britches…,” she wrote on the post, modeling a pair of shiny black PVC leggings in her enormous closet, which includes a washer and dryer right in the middle.
Surrounded by rows and rows of shoes, the Grammy winner went on to explain that she bought the “super cute, patent leather … looking leggings” because she “thought they’d be cute for something” but “there’s just one problem.”
“When you walk … ” she continued, stepping forward to demonstrate how the leggings made an insanely loud squeaking noise.
“I’m sorry, I can’t hear you…my pants are too loud!!!” Underwood captioned the post, adding a crying laughing emoji and a jeans emoji.
While plenty of fans had comments on the squeaky pants — offering suggestions like oiling the leggings — more seemed to want to discuss the stylish star’s laundry routine, with several proclaiming she was a “genius.”
“But the most serious question, do you have your washer/dryer in your closet?!?” one posted. “That’s pretty awesome!”
Another added, “I can’t stop thinking of what a good idea it is to have a washer and dryer in your master closet. Genius!”
As for her pants, one of her Instagram followers proclaimed, “Those britches are snitches!!! They tell on you everywhere you go!” and others compared the noise to “taping up a box” or “twisting up balloons for a kids bday party.”
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Underwood — who recently said she stopped working out ‘to be a certain size‘ — last showed off the inside of her closet back in 2020, with fans also reacting to her practical laundry setup as she posed in a bikini.
No matter how many designer duds are in her closet, it seems she can’t top the washer dryer from sparking comments.
Parents’ night out!
Marc Anthony and his pregnant wife, Nadia Ferreira, attended Univision’s Premio Lo Nuestro 2023 at the Miami-Dade Arena Thursday, marking their first red carpet outing since announcing they were expecting their first child together.
The Paraguayan model, 23, looked gorgeous and glowing in a blush-colored caped gown accessorized with dangling earrings and a matching necklace, and the “Need to Know” crooner, 54, cradled his spouse’s baby bump on the carpet.
“Baby’s first premios,” she captioned an Instagram Stories photo from the event.
Anthony — who performed with Maluma during the ceremony and took home the Tropical Album of the Year award for “Pa’lla Voy” — opted for a gray brocade jacket, black slacks and sunglasses, going sans shirt for the evening.
“Baby is happy too!” he captioned a sweet snap of Ferreira posing with his trophy backstage; she dropped three white hearts in the comments section.
The newlyweds announced they were expecting their first baby together — and Anthony’s seventh — on Valentine’s Day, only two weeks after their star-studded wedding.
“Best Valentine’s Gift Ever!!!” they captioned a joint Instagram post sharing the news and showing off their dazzling diamond rings.
Anthony and Ferreira wed on January 28 in Miami in a lavish ceremony attended by David Beckham, Salma Hayek and Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Ferreira stunned in a Galia Lahav lace gown, and Anthony looked smart in a Dior suit for the nuptials.
The “I Need to Know” hitmaker is already a father to six children with three of his exes.
He shares twins Emme and Max, 15, with Jennifer Lopez.
He’s also dad to daughter Ariana, about 29, and son Chase, 27, with Debbie Rosado, and sons Cristian, 22, and Ryan, 19, with Dayanara Torres.
Queen Consort Camilla has selected the late Princess Diana’s “favorite” designer to create her coronation gown, according to reports.
British fashion designer Bruce Oldfield, who designed some of the late princess’ most recognizable gowns, was an “obvious choice” for Camilla, according to the Sun.
“Camilla has a very close friendship with Bruce spanning many years so in many ways it is the natural and obvious choice,” a source told the outlet.
“Camilla trusts Bruce because he has really delivered on dresses for so many important occasions recently for her.”
Oldfield developed a close friendship with the Queen Consort over the last few decades, which followed his decade-long friendship with Diana.
While Oldfield has yet to comment on the speculation, he previously told Daily Mail that he “gave Diana her glamour and Camilla her confidence.”
Page Six Style has reached out to Buckingham Palace for comment.
Camilla will be crowned alongside King Charles at the royal’s coronation ceremony this spring, set for May 6.
The couple will travel to Westminster Abbey in the Gold State Coach together, be crowned together, and will appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony together, the palace announced last month.
Camilla will be the first royal consort crowned in nearly a century since George VI and Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother took the throne in 1937.
Though he was considered a prince consort, Phillip followed tradition and was not crowned alongside Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 but instead knelt before her.
The crowning of Camilla will mark a massive break from tradition for the royal family. Camilla, who was famously initially rejected as the future queen by Queen Elizabeth, will become the first divorcée crowned as queen consort.
For his part, Charles is bucking tradition when it comes to his outfit.
Instead of wearing silk stockings and breeches — often worn for horse riding — reports suggest he will be wearing his military uniform on the big day.
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While Buckingham Palace has remained somewhat tight-lipped about the upcoming extravaganza, it did tease that the crowning will be a scaled-back affair.
The monarch said he will not require the six royal dukes to kneel before him to “pay homage” before touching the crown and kissing the monarch’s right cheek. Instead, only his son Prince William will perform the tradition.
Taking place at Westminster Abbey, the 74-year-old’s coronation will “reflect the monarch’s role today and look towards the future, while being rooted in long-standing traditions and pageantry,” the palace has previously said.