She only wants her baby to listen to the good stuff during her last weeks of pregnancy. And that’s exactly what she should be doing. Because science says that her baby’s ability to hear is well developed by now, as she moves out of her second trimester and into the third.
She never admits which songs she is turning off, but she does go on to list a few artists she’d like her baby boy to get to know, including Alan Jackson, George Strait, Reba McEntire and Trisha Yearwood.
Her own songs, like “Something in the Water,” would certainly meet her standards for good music.
But that doesn’t mean her baby boy reacts when she’s signing it live. Underwood’s theory on that is that while he is pretty active otherwise, when she’s singing, it’s too hard for him to move around.
“I don’t really feel that much of kicking while I’m singing because maybe my stomach muscles are probably bouncing him around in there,” she laughed.
What rhymes with “Rob Gronkowski?” We might find out on Sunday when Carrie Underwood helps kick off the big game with “Waiting All Day for a Super Bowl Fight” — a new version of the “Sunday Night Football” theme — with updated lyrics about the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks.
Underwood, whose chart-topping 2014 single “Something in the Water” has been nominated for a Best Country Solo Performance Grammy Award, has performed the “Sunday Night Football” theme song, “Waiting All Day for Sunday Night” for the past two seasons. NBC will begin its Super Bowl XLIX coverage at 11 a.m. CST on Sunday.
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Carrie Underwood is kicking off 2015 with a bang — a bang bang, actually — with her “Little Toy Guns.”
After washing away the pain with her inspirational, Grammy Award-nominated “Something In The Water,” the country diva is pulling the trigger on her next selection from her 2014 greatest hits compilation, Greatest Hits: Decade #1.
The emotional track, which chronicles a tough situation at home between warring parents and a terrified child, was co-written alongside Hillary Lindsey and Chris DeStefano. “So excited to announce my new single, ‘Little Toy Guns’. Hope you love this song as much as I do!” she wrote on Instagram along with the single art, which features the songstress looking solemn in front of lyrics scrawled in the background.
Are you excited for “Little Toy Guns” to be Carrie’s next single? Check out the single art and listen to the track after the jump, and let us know your comments below.
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Don’t say Carrie Underwood isn’t a resourceful multi-tasker.
The pregnant singer killed two birds with one
stone baby bump: snacking and tabletopping.
We’re feeling inspired! Should we try to balance this bowl of Cheetos on our stomach?
No? It’s not the same thing, you say?
OK, we’ll stop now.
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Carrie Underwood is closing in on yet another #1 hit with her latest single, “Something in the Water.” She co-wrote the songs with some of her long-time collaborators, and Carrie had a good feeling about “Something in the Water” from the very beginning.
She says, “I knew while we were writing ‘Something in the Water’ that we really had something special. This was one that as it was happening, I was recording stuff on my phone. Like, ‘Oh, my gosh.’ Like, ‘Let’s do it again. I can make that better. We can do this better.’”
Carrie goes on to say the writers room felt “electric” that day, and the demo version they cut only made her more excited to record the final version.
“We knew it was special, for sure,” Carrie says.
“Something in the Water” is included on Carrie’s Greatest Hits: Decade #1 compilation, available now.
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All-American beauty queen!
If you watch TV at all you’ve probably witnessed Carrie Underwood creating the perfect smoky eye or daytime look with Almay’s makeup line during commercial breaks.
The pregnant country crooner’s current ambassadorship with the beauty brand is entering a new phase with the “Simply American” campaign.
Underwood is such a devoted beauty girl that she actually doesn’t leave the house without makeup — nope, not even to grab groceries.
“I don’t think I ever have makeup-free days, to be honest,” she confessed to Yahoo! Beauty Editor and makeup artist Bobbi Brown in November 2014. “I wear makeup for me, I don’t want to walk by a mirror and feel like I haven’t given some sort of effort.”
The six-time Grammy winner even does her own makeup on tour. “When I am on tour I enjoy doing my own hair and makeup,” Underwood said. “There are just so many people on the road, and it’s kind of therapeutic for me to be able to sit on my butt, and have all my things, and it’s quiet — it’s my time to play.”
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Superstar Carrie Underwood, who hails from Checotah, won her seventh People’s Choice Award Wednesday night, winning as “Favorite Female Country Artist,” during the show that was broadcast from the Nokia Theater L.A. Live in Los Angeles.
As you can see here, she happily thanked her fans via video.
You can view the video here
Carrie’s People’s Choice Award career honors now include:
2015 Favorite Female Country Artist
2010 Favorite Country Artist
2008 Favorite Female Singer
2008 Favorite Country Song for “Last Name”
2008 Favorite Star 35 & Under
2006 Favorite Female Singer
2006 Favorite Country Song for “Before He Cheats”
The Oklahoma native wrapped 2014 with the release of her “Greatest Hits: Decade #1″ (19 Recordings/Arista Nashville) album. It became her fifth consecutive album to debut at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums sales chart with first-week sales of 94,000, delivering the best-selling debut for a hits collection by an artist in any genre of music in more than six years. The project includes smash “Something in the Water,” which is nominated for best country solo performance at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards, set for 7 p.m. Feb. 8 on CBS.
Underwood, fellow Oklahoma native Vince Gill and Brad Paisley were among the performers today at the funeral of Grand Ole Opry mainstay Little Jimmy Dickens; to read more about the ceremony, click here.
To read the full list of People’s Choice Award winners, click here.
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Carrie Underwood looked beautiful as she performed at the Grand Ole Opry in honor of the late Little Jimmy Dickens on Thursday.
The 31-year-old, who’s expecting her first child with husband Mike Fisher, wore a long-sleeved black ruched dress and patterned black and white scarf to the memorial service at Nashville’s famed music hall. Underwood performed a duet of “Go Rest High on That Mountain” with Vince Gill.
Little Jimmy Dickens, the longest-performing Opry member, was hospitalized on Dec. 25 after suffering a stroke. He went into cardiac arrest and died on Jan. 2 at age 94.
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Carrie Underwood might be pregnant right now, but that doesn’t mean you’ll see her in maternity clothes. The singer and new mom-to-be revealed that she’s not a fan of those mom clothes.
Carrie recently told InStyle magazine that she’s stayed away from traditional maternity clothes during her pregnancy.
“They’re so hard for me to wear because there are so just so many that I don’t like,” she said. “But the great thing about fashion right now is that there are so many items that are looser. I just want people to know you don’t just have to wear maternity clothes because you’re pregnant.”
Instead, Carrie has chosen to wear baby doll dresses and baggy jackets that disguise the bump. The “Something In The Water” singer actually just launched her own fitness apparel branded called Calia. You can read about that, here.
Maternity clothes or not, we think Carrie looks great right now. Baby boy Fisher is due sometime in early 2015.