Carrie Underwood just painted her nails navy blue, and she’s got a good reason for it. The “Jesus, Take The Wheel” singer is apparently showing her support for her husband, Mike Fisher.

On Wednesday, Underwood proudly showed off the new color of her nails to her fans via Instagram. All of them except for one have been painted navy blue because that is the official color of Fisher’s ice hockey team, the Nashville Predators. She also chose to color one nail with gold to embody the team’s gold accent color.

“Got that #PredsPride baby, from my fingers to my toes,” Underwood wrote in the caption. She also cheered on for her husband and his team by using the hashtags #GoPreds and #StanleyCupPlayoffs. She also acknowledged nail artist Jennifer Tsourvakas, who did a great job in painting her nails.

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Many fans left positive messages for the “American Idol” Season 4 winner following her post. One wrote: “Carrie, I’m from Chicago and your team is playing against us tomorrow. Still love your nails though! Very pretty!” Another commented: “Well I’m joining you and rooting for them now that my Flyers are out of the playoffs.”

Underwood and the Nashville Predators center tied the knot in 2010. Since then, the Grammy-winning singer has been very vocal about her support for her husband. At the 2017 Grammy Awards, Underwood even shared to People how she would scream at the TV while watching her spouse play. “I’m like: ‘Yeah! Get ’em!’ I’m screaming at the TV, or if I’m there I’m screaming and yelling at the refs. It’s good. I’m in it.”

At the time, she also shared to the entertainment publication that she won’t be surprised if their son Isaiah Michael, 2, would follow in the footsteps of his father. “I’m pretty sure he’s going to play some hockey at some point in his life,” she said. “You never know. It’s up to the good Lord.”

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Carrie Underwood just showed off her new nail color on Instagram. Pictured: The “Temporary Home” singer attending the 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas on Feb. 4, 2017. Reuters/Steve Marcus