Carrie Underwood and her family took some time out to show off their precious Halloween costumes on Thursday night (Oct. 31).

The country superstar and her husband, former NHL player Mike Fisher, hit the red carpet with their kids at one of Underwood's tour stops on her Cry Pretty Tour 360 to show off their costumes. Underwood was dressed as Cheer Bear from the Care Bears, while Fisher opted for a Buck Daniels costume. The couple's oldest son, Isaiah, was decked out as the Grinch, while their younger son, Jacob, dressed up as the Grinch's dog, Max.

"Hope everyone had a good #Halloween!" Underwood writes to accompany the fun picture. "Lots of love from Cheer Bear, The Grinch, Max and Buck Daniels..."

Underwood wrapped her Cry Pretty Tour 360 with a concert at the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Mich., on Thursday night, but she won't be sitting around idle in the coming weeks. The singer is returning to host the CMA Awards for the 12th time on Nov. 13, this time joined by Reba McEntire and Dolly Parton as special guest hosts. She's also nominated multiple times in 2019, including a nod for the evening's biggest category, Entertainer of the Year.

Underwood was just one of the country stars to share fun Halloween pictures online this year. Thomas Rhett posted snaps of his family's Wizard of Oz-inspired costumes, and Florida Georgia Line singer Tyler Hubbard showed off pictures of his family's costumes that were inspired by Frozen. Garth Brooks was so thrilled with a young fan's throwback Garth costume that he turned to social media to offer the young man passes to an upcoming show.

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