Carrie Underwood bursts into tears while receiving a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame
Carrie Underwood finally received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and made an emotional speech ON what it took for her to get where she is.
On Thursday, September 20, 2018, the country singer saw her lifetime work be rewarded, and her mentor, Simon Cowell, as well as Brad Paisley, were there to support her.
According to Underwood, that was the key to her success: to the have the support of people who believed in her and helped her along the way.
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THE SECRET TO HER SUCCESS
The 35-year-old had quite a hard time going through her speech because of how emotional she was, and shed a few tears of happiness in between words.
"How is this my life? How does a girl from Muskogee, Oklahoma, end up with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame? I'll tell you how - belief. I've been so blessed in my life to have ... so many people who believed in me."
Carrie Underwood, Hollywood Walk of Fame, September 20, 2018
HER SUPPORT TEAM
Aside from Cowell, who helped Underwood rise to fame through American Idol back in 2005, the singer had the full support of her husband, Mike Fisher, who Underwood praised later in her speech.
According to the 35-year-old, Fisher's belief in her was invaluable to Underwood, not only as an artist but as a human being, a wife and a mother.
ANOTHER BABY ON THE WAY
The couple shares a son, Isaiah, but they are already expecting a second one and the baby bump could be noticed through the red trench coat that Underwood wore for the ceremony.
Being pregnant again is a wish come true for Underwood, who revealed to Tracy Smith, on "CBS Sunday Morning: For The Record," that she had three miscarriages over the past two years.