"Give me a little baby hint," Underwood's co-host Brad Paisley pestered. "Johnny or June? Keith or Nicole? Garth or Trisha? George or Tammy? Tim or Faith? Waylon or Willie?"
Carrie Underwood was nervous that she wouldn't sound the same after her injury.
The pregnant singer is debuting her baby bump on the red carpet and talking about her plans of bringing the baby along for her "Cry Pretty" tour.
“Even when I was growing up I wished there was more women on the radio, and I had a lot more than there are today,” Carrie Underwood said, while appearing as a guest on the podcast Women Want To Hear Women. Women hoping to make it in country music are not only faced with the the difficulty of getting signed and the uncertainty of trying to make it in the industry, but they are dealt a second and more targeted blow: the number of women getting airtime on country radio stations is significantly decreasing. “You think about all of the little girls that are sitting at home saying ‘I want to be a country music singer.’ What do you tell them?...How do you look at them and say, ‘Well just work hard sweetie and you can do it’ when that’s not the case right now,” Underwood told podcast host Elaina Smith.
Country singer Carrie Underwood revealed that she and her husband, Mike Fisher, are "adding another little fish to our pond" — and she's already planning her post-baby tour.
Carrie Underwood's facial injury last year led to her retreating from the spotlight — and the internet going crazy with conspiracy theories. But she returned, some time has passed, and she's reflecting on what transpired.
Ah, wedding season has arrived! Helping us get in the spirit, sentimental celebs have been sharing throwback photos from their own special days. It has been 20 years, and Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber look as gorgeous and in love as ever. To celebrate the milestone, Crawford posted a black-and-white photo from their wedding day.