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Carrie Underwood was one of the stars that paid tribute to Linda Ronstadt at the Kennedy Center Honors, which aired on Sunday night.

Carrie sang two songs on the show including “Blue Bayou” and “When Will I Be Loved,” with the icon herself clapping Underwood on. When Carrie was done singing she blew Linda a kiss.

Carrie Underwood Belts Out Spirited "Blue Bayou" And "When Will I Be Loved" In Honor Of Linda Ron...

In celebration of Linda Ronstadt at the 2019 Kennedy Center Honors, award-winning singer and songwriter Carrie Underwood performs a medley of Ronstadt's hits. Stream the 42nd Annual Kennedy Center Honors now on CBS All Access.

Underwood posted to Instagram after the event, “I was so honored to finally meet the phenomenal #LindaRonstadt, a true artist and versatile vocalist who excelled at performing all kinds of music. I hope I made you proud, Linda. #KCHonors #BlueBayou #WhenWillIBeLoved #Inspired.”

I was so honored to finally meet the phenomenal #LindaRonstadt, a true artist and versatile vocalist who excelled at performing all kinds of music. I hope I made you proud, Linda. ????#KCHonors #BlueBayou #WhenWillIBeLoved #Inspired

195.3k Likes, 956 Comments - Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) on Instagram: "I was so honored to finally meet the phenomenal #LindaRonstadt, a true artist and versatile..."

Trisha Yearwood also performed for her idol that night with Aaron Neville on his duet with Ronstadt, “Don’t Know Much.”

Trisha Yearwood And Aaron Neville's Duet Of "Don't Know Much" Is Beauty For Your Ears

GRAMMY Award-winning vocalist and musician Aaron Neville surprises the crowd at the 2019 Kennedy Center Honors when he joins the stage with Award-winning country star Trisha Yearwood to celebrate Linda Ronstadt. Stream the 42nd Annual Kennedy Center Honors now on CBS All Access.