Its no surprise that two talented, country-singing working mamas like Carrie Underwood and Jana Kramer have struck up a friendship, and like any good friend would, they celebrate each others successes.
Underwood recently sent Kramer a congratulatory bouquet of flowers to cheer on the singers new endeavor on Dancing Withthe Stars. Kramer posted a photo of the beautiful arrangement on Instagram on Tuesday (Sept. 13), thanking Underwood for her support.
“Got the most beautiful flowers last night from my friend QQQATQQQcarrieunderwood Thanks girl – love you!!” she writes.
Kramer began her Dancing Withthe Stars journey on Mondaywith her dancing partner Gleb, blowing fans away with her grace and fierce persona on the dance floor. She performed a waltz to Ariana Grandes Dangerous Woman, and though she saidshe wanted to puke from my nerves, it didnt show.
It was terrifying Ive never had to dance, especially only after a week and a half of learning a dance. That was truly terrifying for me because I didnt want to go out there and look like a fool. I wanted to make Gleb happy, I wanted to make myself happy, and I knew I had family and friends and all of you guys watching. Im really proud of myself because I was so nervous, I was literally having an anxiety attack two minutes before,Kramer says.
The artist is not a dancer by trade and claimed originally she cant dance, but she could have fooled us. Her training showed in her impressive performance.
Along with her new dancing career, Kramer has been trying to balance being a mom to her baby girl Jolie while going through a splitfrom husband Michael Caussin. Now not only a busy working mom but a single busy working mom, Kramer says its been tough to navigate.
Its definitely hard just because were so busy with rehearsals and being on tour and also wanting to spend time with Jolie, she admits.She says that she hopes to be a role model for other single moms and encourages others that they can do it.
Im trying to manage it the best that I can and show single moms out there that we can do it, she adds. We can do it all, hear us roar.