Carrie Underwood Sings With The Rolling Stones

Mick Jagger and Carrie Underwood
The Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger with Carrie Underwood
Photo by Chris Wahl/Schmidt Relations

The Rolling Stones now have something in common with Marie Osmond: Turns out they're a little bit country, too.

Just a few weeks after performing with Keith Urban, The Rolling Stones invited Carrie Underwood onto the stage with them Saturday night (May 25) in Toronto, which is near where Carrie's hockey player hubby, Mike Fisher, grew up.

Carrie, in a Stones T-shirt, jammed with Mick on the hit "It's Only Rock 'N Roll (But I Like It)." And the video hit YouTube almost immediately.

A little later, Carrie realized it happened on a special date.

The Stones concert was part of a Canadian Memorial Day weekend for Carrie: She and hubby Mike Fisher took in a Toronto Blue Jays baseball game the day before, Billboard posted online.

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