Carrie Doesn't Want Anyone Touching Her Dirty Clothes

"That's what I do on my days off," Carrie says. "I get my quarters and go to the laundromat."

See, we're really not that different from the stars.

Carrie Underwood, when she's on the road, heads to the laundromat and does her own wash, she tells Oprah Winfrey.

Carrie says she does her own laundry and grocery shopping.

"And it makes tour life a little difficult because those are things I really don’t have time to do, so that’s what I do on my days off," she says. "I get my quarters and go to the laundromat."

That tickled Oprah: “You are kidding me! Oh, I’d pay to see that.”

Said Carrie: "I just don’t like other people doing my laundry. It freaks me out.”

The whole interview airs Sunday night (May 20) on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN).

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