One Wisconsin woman is truly living the dream: she took the stage with Carrie Underwood at a recent Cry Pretty 360 Tour stop.

Carrie was in Minneapolis as part of the tour on Friday, June 21st. At every previous tour stop, she's chosen a special fan to take the stage and duet her hit 'The Champion' in front of thousands. (You have to enter a video of you singing to win AND share about a champion in your life.)

20-year-old LaTeasha Brost was the chosen one for the Minnesota stop. She told WAOW News out of Wausau, Wisconsin that she submitted her entry, never thinking she would actually be the big pick.

According to LaTeasha, she was notified three days before the performance that she would be joining the country superstar on stage and to make the story even more heartwarming, she'd submitted her entry in honor of her father, who passed away in April.

The two performed the song and took a few selfies. Carrie also told the young woman that she loved her. Wow! Take a look at the performance below:

LaTeasha is pursuing a career in music and we'd say this is a pretty good start.

By the way - she also performed in front of Kelsea Ballerini, who flew to Minnesota to catch one of Carrie's shows. That's a whole lot of pressure!

The day before the tour took over Minnesota, Carrie was playing a show in Wisconsin. They gave her a welcome that would only fly in Wisconsin. Ha!