Carrie Underwood's dressing room at the Grammys was turned into a nursery - and she was made to share it with Adele.
The 33-year-old singer-songwriter has revealed that she and the chart-topping Brit were each given their own enormous dressing room at the annual awards bash, both of which were opened up in anticipation that they would each bring their children to the show in Los Angeles.
Carrie explained: "At the Grammys our dressing rooms were next to each other.
"I think the organisers thought we might both bring our kids, so we had these really huge incredible dressing rooms. They opened up into each other.
"We didn't bring our kids, yet they gave us this huge dressing room. It was awesome. We had lots of space to relax."
Carrie - who has a 19-month-old son called Isaiah with her husband Mike Fisher - was pleasantly surprised by just how "sweet" Adele is.
She told The Sun newspaper: "She popped over and said 'Hello'.
"She is normal. I don't know why that surprises me. I think you expect the better you are the more weird you are going to be, but she is just super nice, super real and normal.
"We had a chat. I was trying to not be in her way or bug her. She is really sweet."
Like Adele, Carrie recently joined James Corden in his passenger seat for 'Carpool Karaoke', a segment on 'The Late Late Show' in which the TV host shares a car journey with a famous musician.
Carrie revealed that despite their video attracting more than 18 million hits on YouTube, there was hours of footage than never even aired.
She shared: "It was a lot of fun. We drove around forever - all over LA.
"You sing the whole song and they take excerpts of it. There are all these Go Pros on the windshield, so when you stop at a red light people are like, 'What is going on with that car?'
"There was a lot of interaction with pedestrians and other people nearby. He is really funny.
"James is really great. I enjoy walking into a TV show where you can tell people really enjoy working there."