First Kiss Ever by...Carrie Underwood

By: Jeanne Moos
By: Jeanne Moos

What do you have to say about Chase's first kiss?  Leave your comments below.

It's a moment most people remember for the rest of their lives.
But, one 12-year-old boy's first kiss with a country superstar will be especially unforgettable.

How does a 12-year old manage to get a country music star to give him his very first kiss ever?

Sign language from the front row...

"He says Carrie be my first kiss. What do you say we make that happen?'

Next thing you know Carrie Underwood was holding Chase Kurnick's hand on stage at this Louisville, Kentucky concert.

But even before he came up, he had inkling she'd noticed him.

"She saw me and she winked at me."

"How old are you?"

"Twelve."

"12 years old. He's got the jump on me. I was 14 when I had my very first kiss."

Moos:( "Just between us, was this really the first time you ever kissed a girl?")

"Yes, this was my first kiss."

But how...

"How we gonna do this?"

"Lip to lip." (laughs)

Chase...cuts to the chase.

"This being his first kiss, Chase needed a little instruction."

"Here we go. Close your eyes. Close your eyes." (They kiss/cheers)

A first kiss never...ever....to be forgotten, especially since it was captured on you tube from so many angles.

Moos: ("Well, what did you learn?")

"I learned to close my eyes. And determination."

He later exchanged tweets with Carrie Underwood, hash tag lip to lip.

His friends called him "the luckiest dude in the world. So not fair that u got to kiss her!!! How was it?"

"It was just amazing. I...Words can't describe."

The words on his sign were outlined by his dad.

Chase colored them in. The Kurnick family needed a fun distraction.

Right before memorial day, they got burned out of their house when lightning struck.

Now a spark of a different kind.

Carrie gave Chase a taste few other men have had, let alone 12 year old boys.

"I learned something else too."

Moos: ("What's that?")

"She wears cherry lip balm."

Carried away by Underwood.

And no matter how many country music awards she kisses, she'll never forget his first.

Moos: ("Are you never gonna wash your lips again or brush your teeth?")

"Well, I brushed my teeth but not my lips."

Not after they've been brushed by hers.

Jeanne Moos, CNN

"There we go Chase."


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