Fire extinguished at Carrie Underwood's Tennessee home

Joseph Wilkinson, New York Daily News on

Published in Entertainment News

The garage at Carrie Underwood’s home in Tennessee caught fire Sunday night, prompting a significant response from the local fire department.

Williamson County firefighters extinguished the blaze before it spread into the house, the county fire department said in a Facebook post.

All four people inside the home — likely Underwood, her husband Mike Fisher and their two children — were unharmed, the Nashville Tennessean reported. Their three pets were also safe.

Firefighters were alerted to the garage blaze around 9:45 p.m. Sunday, Williamson County Fire and Rescue said in its post. All eight of the county’s engines responded to the scene.

Though the house sits in a rural location, crews used a 10,000-gallon water tank already on the property to douse the flames, according to the Tennessean.

“There was a fire on the property on Sunday night, which was quickly contained,” an Underwood spokesperson told local ABC affiliate WKRN. “There was no fire damage to the primary residence, and the family and their pets were unharmed.”


Firefighters believe the blaze started when an off-road UTV caught fire inside the garage, the Tennessean reported.

Underwood’s home in Williamson County sits about 25 miles southwest of downtown Nashville. The residence suffered no structural damage in the fire, and the family will be able to continue living there, officials told the Tennessean. It’s unclear how expensive it will be to replace the garage.

In 2021, an Underwood concert in Las Vegas featured a flaming Jeep Wrangler as she performed her hit “Before He Cheats.” It’s unclear if the UTV belonged to Fisher or if the headlights were intact.


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