Sept. 25 (UPI) -- A 12-year-old boy named Chase had the night of his young life when country singer Carrie Underwood granted him his first kiss -- on the lips -- at her concert in Louisville, Kentucky.
"How are we going to do this," Underwood asked Chase after bringing him on stage.
"Lip to lip," Chase answered confidently.
But for any Underwood fans out there thinking they might be the next fan to get lucky, Underwood assured the audience that her kiss gimic was a one time thing.
"For anyone planning on YouTubing this, it's only gonna happen once," Underwood said.
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