Carrie Underwood Has An Important Toilet Question For Brad Paisley's Wife

Carrie Underwood had a very important question for her longtime friend Brad Paisley's wife, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, as the couple celebrated their 17th wedding anniversary over the weekend. The country singer left a hilarious comment on the Father of the Bride star's Instagram account after Kimberly shared a gushing message for her husband to celebrate their big milestone.

The hilarious exchange occurred on March 15 after Kimberly posted a sweet photo of herself and Brad smiling together.

In the somewhat lengthy caption, she shared some kind words for the country music star and father of her two children in which she thanked him for doing the dishes the night before, for making her laugh, and for "always putting the seat down" alongside the hashtag #17years.

It was that final point that seemed to catch Carrie's attention.

"How did you train him to put the seat down?!?! Asking for a friend..." the "Southbound" singer wrote. Carrie married retired NHL player Mike Fisher in 2010.

Kimberly replied to the comment with her own quip as she joked that she actually made the request during their pre-marriage counseling before they tied the knot back in 2003.

"Haha! Red-line agreement made in pre-marital counseling!" she responded.

"I keep kicking myself that I didn't demand more! Lol," the actress added.

A number of fans also commented on the hilarious caption and Carrie's message in the comments section.

"@carrieunderwood and @kimberlywilliamspaisley, I'm dying laughing at this. As a husband and father of two daughters there is great personal risk [in] leaving it up," one Instagram user wrote with a crying laughing emoji.

"You live with 3 boys! Good luck on that!" another fan told her, referencing Mike and their two young sons, 1-year-old Jacob and 5-year-old Isaiah.

It wasn't all jokes for Carrie though. She also posted another comment on the adorable anniversary snap.

"Happy anniversary!" she wrote.

Carrie and Brad have enjoyed a long friendship that stretches back years. The two famously co-hosted the CMA Awards together for 11 years, from 2008 to 2018. The former announced she will not be back again this November, though Brad hasn't yet confirmed if he'll host again after he sat out last year, when Carrie hosted with Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire instead.

Earlier this month, Brad and Carrie proved they're still very much close friends on Instagram.

He shared a photo of himself with the former American Idol winner's new health and fitness book and joked about the free gift he passed on to Kimberly.