The sad news Carrie Underwood shared is truly HEARTBREAKING

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When Carrie Underwood stepped on stage Sunday, May 1, at the Academy of Country Countdown Awards, country fans headed to social media to talk about her dress and her hair and how amazing she performed her new single “Church Bells.”

And when she walked over to accept her “Female Vocalist” award, country fans listened intently as she thanked her dear Lord and radio stations and her fans.

But then, the country superstar paused.

“I want to thank one fan in particular,” she said a tad quieter than before. “Isley Thibodeaux – this one is for you.”

And with that, Carrie smiled and held her award up in the air. It ends up that Isley was an adorable 10-year-old killed April 24 at the hands of a drunk driver.

Isley was on her way home from a Carrie Underwood concert.

According to a Louisiana news station, the family said she is a girl “who will be remembered as hilarious, beautiful, full of joy and love, independent, and always knew what she wanted.”


This is the news report about the death of Isley Thibodeaux

Funeral arrangements set for 10-year-old car crash victim

CECILIA, La (KLFY) -Funeral arrangements have been set for 10-year-old Isley Thibodeaux who was killed Sunday night at the hands of a drunk driver as she was on the way home from the Carrie Underwood concert.

Isley Thibodeaux was from Cecilia and was a 5th grade student at St. Bernard School in Breaux Bridge.

Isley was a little athlete. Her most notable accomplishments in soccer and 4-h shooting sports, among a wide range of other sports she was very active in.

The family said she is a girl who will be remembered as hilarious, beautiful, full of joy and love, independent, and always knew what she wanted.

She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.

Isley’s visitation is set for Wednesday from 10 a.m.-10 p.m. and will continue on Thursday from 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m at Pellerin Funeral Home in Cecilia. A rosary will be prayed at 7 p.m. on Wednesday.

Isley’s funeral is set for Thursday at 2 p.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Cecilia.


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