Carrie Underwood has won four Grammys for her contributions to country music, but she could very well be a likely candidate for next year's rap category! 

While headlining last weekend's Big Barrel Country Music Festival in Delaware, the superstar brought down the house with a spin on her own 2012 "See You Again" ballad remixed with Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth's summertime anthem of the same name. In the video, the crowd goes completely wild when the 32-year-old new mom breaks into the hit's catchy chorus. 

"It's been a long day without you, my friend, and I'll tell you all about it when I see you again," Underwood belts. 

Carrie Underwood, CMA Festival

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At this point, we've always known there isn't anything Carrie can't do, but she takes it to a whole 'nother level when she actually starts rapping Khalifa's first verse. 

And although the American Idol champ might've forgotten a few of the lyrics, Underwood kills the mashup and brings the entire audience to their feet. 

"Thanks to all who came out to the @BigBarrelFest ! You were such an amazing crowd! I'm so happy there's no way I'm gonna to sleep tonight!" Carrie tweeted after the performance. 

Check out the video above for yourself and don't try to tell us you wouldn't love an Underwood and Khalifa collab! 

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