Okie Carrie Underwood got some big love from her home state when the Oklahoma State University marching band performed a double feature of two of her hits during Saturday's (Oct. 25) homecoming game against West Virginia University.
Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley appeared on 'The View' on ABC Monday morning (Oct. 27) to talk about the 2014 CMA Awards, but it didn't take long for focus to turn to Underwood's baby bump. The 'Something in the Water' hitmaker dished on her due date, what she fears about motherhood and -- at the end -- her upcoming greatest hits album.
Now that Carrie Underwood is pregnant, everyone -- including the singer -- is wondering if a handsome country crooner or tiny songstress will appear in Spring 2015. Underwood admits she's hoping for a baby girl.
Carrie Underwood did her part to help fight poverty at the Global Citizen Festival in New York City Saturday evening (Sept. 27), and it was there that she gave a heartfelt rendition of R.E.M.'s early '90s hit 'Everybody Hurts.'
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