This seven Grammy Award winning artist appeared in one of the scenes from Season 4. Take a look at the pictures and see for yourself!
The fourth season of Cobra Kai Now available at Netflix Which is really not to be missed. This showed followers of the show who got the privilege karate KidToday, it ranks as the most watched series on the streaming platform worldwide. But the iconic and exciting scenes attracted a large portion of the viewers Hijab is a very talented singer.
it’s about Carrie Underwood, a country music artist who rose to fame after winning American Idol in 2005. Since then, she has had a very illustrious career with eight studio albums, concert tours and as many as seven awards Grammy. Despite this, the singer made a hole in her schedule to participate in the series The Moment in Red N thus achieving one of her great goals.
In these 10 new episodes she was noticeably special Ralph Macchio, William Zappa, Tanner Buchana and Courtney Hengler, among other things. But what users were able to pick up after a few days is that this celebrity also had an on-screen moment in Chapter 9. What does Carrie Underwood have to do with him? Cobra Kai? The answer is very simple but it will surprise you anyway!
The production of the series invited her to sing the topic moment of truth. This song was played at the end of credits the Karate Kid Thanks survivor. This is how Underwood appeared in one of the last episodes that aired for the streaming giant, repeating the same verses during the All Valley Karate Championship. Those responsible for the scene confirmed that the idea was half way through at the Super Bowl. And boy did they.
The singer explained everything through social networks. “I grew up watching Daniel and Johnny And I can’t believe I’ve really become such a small part of the karate kid’s legacy. I had a great time in the Cobra Kai groupShe confirmed after inviting her 8 million followers on Twitter to enjoy the fairy tales. She is definitely an unconditional fan who has managed to make the dream of many come true.
“Infuriatingly humble travel fanatic. Passionate social media practitioner. Amateur writer. Wannabe problem solver. General food specialist.”