With New Baby on the Way, Carrie Underwood Says She’s Cherishing Her Role as “Country Music Singer, Boss & Mom”

With New Baby on the Way, Carrie Underwood Says She’s Cherishing Her Role as “Country Music Singer, Boss & Mom”

Carrie Underwood has a lot to look forward to this year as she awaits the birth of her second child in the next month or so. The impending bundle of joy will join big brother Isaiah, 3, and daddy Mike Fisher in the growing household.

2019 will also be busy for Carrie on a professional front. In addition to helming her Calia activewear line, the country music star will embark on her headlining Cry Pretty Tour 360 in May. Carrie will play 55 arenas across the U.S. and Canada, including stops in Las Vegas, Toronto, Denver, Los Angeles, Nashville, New York City, Boston, Atlanta and more.

As Carrie told Kix Brooks of American Country Countdown, she cherishes her role as a “country music singer, boss and mom.”

“There’s a lot happening, but that is what we take on as women, and I cherish every role I get to be in—the country music singer, you know, the boss, the whatever, the mom,” says Carrie. “Those are all good things, and I feel like moms everywhere just know. They juggle. I juggle. We’re all doing the same things, just in different ways. Um, we’ve all got jobs to do, and we’ve got babies to take care of and it all happens at once, and you figure it out.”

Carrie’s new single, “Love Wins” is currently Top 20 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart. The single follows Top 10 lead single, “Cry Pretty,” from her 2018 album of the same name.

photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com

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