Singer Carrie Underwood has revealed that she’s a big fan of AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” and she’s not ashamed to shout it out loud especially now that she’s met one of the show’s actors, Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

On Monday, Underwood gushed to her millions of Twitter followers how her meeting with Morgan went. The “American Idol” Season 4 winner shared the fan-meets-idol conversation she had with the actor.

According to Underwood, after Morgan complimented her look backstage, she bluntly told the 50-year-old actor how he resembled Negan. Of course, this is the joke here, because the treacherous character is indeed being portrayed by Morgan.

Many of the “Before He Cheats” songstress’ fans joined in poking fun at the thought of meeting the actor face-to-face. One fan wrote: “That might actually be weird/scary running into him.” Another commented: “I don’t know if I would duck…or ask do [sic] a picture?”

Aside from gushing about meeting Morgan at the awards show, Underwood also shared via Instagram how she had a great time with her co-presenter, Sting. Underwood posted a photo of her embracing Sting and captioned that it was a pleasure to talk and present with the English singer-songwriter.

Underwood may have had a great time at the Golden Globes this past Sunday, but she couldn’t say the same thing days prior. The country superstar got into a controversy last week when she performed at an evangelical conference, called Passion 2017.

Because Underwood has voiced out support for homosexual marriage, the pastor who invited her to perform at the gathering, Rev. Louie Giglio, received flak from the American Family Association outreach director Wesley Wildmon, who even penned an open letter last Wednesday, according to USA Today.

“I was very frustrated that you would allow her to help lead thousands of people in worship. My frustration quickly turned to disappointment and then to sadness. Carrie Underwood encourages and supports homosexual marriage which the Word of God does not (1 Corinthians 6:12-20),” Wildmon stated in the letter.