Carrie Underwood is one brave woman. The superstar enjoyed some downtime from the Ripcord World Tour over the weekend with her crew in Australia by going skydiving.

Underwood teased the day's events through a series of comical videos in which she hinted at what she'd be doing with iconic songs that could be interpreted to the sport of skydiving, like Chris Stapleton's "Parachute," Tom Petty's "Free Fallin" and, of course, Tim McGraw's "Live Like You Were Dying."

A behind-the-scenes video shared on the singer's Facebook shows her fun-filled day as cameras followed her before the big jump.

"When the boss says jump, you say how high," one of Underwood's band members jokes. "15,000 feet high."

Like anyone new to skydiving, Underwood shared her excitement, nerves and exhilaration once back on the ground. She even got her certificate of completion, which she shared with the world.

"This crew takes the #RipcordWorldTour thing seriously," she captions a photo on Instagram with her touring family. "It's like I always say ... friends that dive together, thrive together. Ok, I never say that, but it sounds pretty cool!"

Underwood is currently in Australia with Keith Urban for the Ripcord World Tour. The country artists even shared the stage recently for the first-ever live performance of their song "The Fighter" off Urban' 2016 Ripcord album.

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