Allanah Dykes
Updated February 13, 2017 11:43 am

Dubbed as “the most dynamic duo since Danny and Sandy” by John Travolta himself, Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban’s Grammy performance brought out “The Fighter” in us! Seriously you can find us singing this song for the rest of the week after watching this performance.

With seven Grammys to her name since 2007 and Keith Urban winning his first Grammy in 2006 for the song “You’ll Think of Me,” what better duo to perform at the Grammys than these two! Although the Grammys kicked off in a big way with Adele opening the show and Chance the Rapper winning in the best new artist category, people were talking about Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood before the show even began.

The pair offered a 24-hour “first look” of the video for their song “The Fighter.” The track, which originally appeared on Urban’s album “Ripcord” is such a feel good song, so we love that we got to see the performance live. The performance included a technicolor lit up stage and Underwood and Urban singing back and forth “What if I fall?” as Urban answered, “I won’t let you fall.”

What we love the most about this duo performing together is that Urban already had Underwood in mind to join him when he wrote the song.

This is definitely the feel good song we need going into the spring!