If you can’t get your regular babysitter last minute, how about trying Carrie Underwood? That’s what many would love to do, according to a survey conducted by NBC’s Today.

The poll was answered by 800 millennial moms, who were asked about their parenting habits, but also which celebrity they’d be okay letting watch their kids while they go out for dinner and a movie.

According to the results, 64 percent of moms said they would let a celebrity babysit, period, and of those, the majority chose Underwood. Perhaps it’s because she’s a new mom and top-of-mind, or because she took really good care of those Von Trapps on the TV production of Sound of Music, CMT suggests.

Underwood got a kick out of the nomination and posted a tweet in response saying, “Love this! I’m honored!"

Mama Underwood recently opened up about having to undergo a C-section delivery with her son Isaiah in February and what the recovery process was like. She also shared the emotions she was experiencing during the birth, particularly feeling guilty for having to have a surgical delivery rather than a traditional one. She’s been a champion for other moms, however, encouraging them and letting them know it’s okay to do what you have to do to make sure your baby is delivered happy and healthy.

Now, Underwood is back in the music saddle, having performed her latest hit "Little Toy Guns" at the CMT Music Awards and opened with Brad Paisley for the Rolling Stones at the rockers' Nashville show. She's working on a new album, and don't expect it to sound like the Underwood you're used to.

"There’s definitely a different sound that’s coming together,” the star admits, adding, “I want everything to have its own space and look different, sound different, feel different. So I’ve been working with another producer, as well as with Mark Bright, who I’m always gonna love, but getting things a little different, and it’s been fun.”

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