Carrie Underwood to “Flip the Switch” During 10th Annual “Opry Goes Pink”

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Carrie Underwood is helping to bring awareness to breast cancer when she flips the switch on the Opry Barn as part of Opry Goes Pink.

The singer announced today that she will be a part of the 10th Annual event, taking place on October 26. Flipping the switch on the Opry backdrop, turns the stage pink for the night. Carrie will also be taking the stage to perform two shows for the Opry.

“Honored to be a part of this! See you on October 26th 💗💗💗,” Carrie wrote on Instagram.

This is not the first time Carrie has flipped the switch, the 35-year-old singer did the honors in 2009, during the inaugural Opry Goes Pink.

“10 years ago, @carrieunderwood helped us celebrate our first #OpryGoesPink, and on Oct. 26, she returns to “flip the switch” on the #Opry Barn in support of the fight against breast cancer, the Opry posted to Twitter.

Other artists who have participated in flipping the switch include, Jason Aldean, LeAnn Rimes, Kellie Pickler, Kacey Musgraves and Kelsea Ballerini.

$5 from ticket sold will be donated to the fight against breast cancer.