When "American Idol" Carrie Underwood showed up on "Good Morning America" Monday to take on co-hosting duties, the singer (a former college journalism major) handled her role admirably, handling reports on everything from Vogue magazine's new issue to adoptable puppies with aplomb.
The only moment that she did falter? Ironically, it was related to her own award-winning music career!
The funny moment took place during a little segment in which Underwood faced off in a name-that-song challenge against GMA hosts Lara Spencer and George Stephanopoulos. As might be expected, the country superstar slayed her competitors, identifying such tunes as Bel Biv Devoe's '90s dance hit "Poison" in about half a second flat.
However, when a song that should have been familiar came up (with the introduction "This song really knocked it out of the park"), Underwood paused for a good three or four seconds before finally realizing it was her own 2006 smash, "Before He Cheats."
"I can't believe it took me that long to get my own song," Underwood said, with a grin. "That's embarrassing...I got 'Poison' before I got my own song!"
Still, the singer managed to out-perform the others in the game, earning a trophy for her "Jukebox Carrie" skills at the end.
Underwood appeared on "GMA" in support of her new DVD, The Blown Away Tour: Live, which hits stores on Tuesday; as well as her Monday night appearance on the ABC special "CMA Music Festival: Country's Night to Rock." The show airs at 8 p.m. ET/PT and features performances from a variety of country music's biggest stars.