Meeting Keith Urban Is "Ree-donkulous!"

Urban, Keith

Keith Urban, LeAnn Rimes and Carrie Underwood starred in a Nashville flood restoration edition of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition last night (Nov. 14).

The show rebuilt the preschool for the Lighthouse Christian School, destroyed in the floods that smacked Nashville in May.

As part of the rebuild, the headmaster, Brian Sweatt, and his family had a Nashville “stay-cation,” where they got to hang in a studio with Keith, play at the state fair with LeAnn and score front-row seats to a private concert featuring Carrie.

Seems the Sweatt's 7-year-old Kobe most enjoyed hanging out with Keith. He declared, “It was so ree-donkulous!”

Brian said he found Carrie’s performance of “Temporary Home” to be most moving.

And Brian’s wife, Barbara, enjoyed strolling the fairgrounds with LeAnn. "Her and my wife are now I think best friends,” Brian said. "They had a wonderful time."

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