Carrie Underwood spotted out and about in a new photo just days before her impending due date
Carrie Underwood shared a new picture with two up and coming musicians on Instagram as she got spotted out and about with her baby due any day now.
The singer had kept a low profile ever since she performed and co-hosted at the 2018 CMA Awards with Brad Paisley in November last year.
Spending time with up and coming musicians Lawson Caughron and Lance Curtis, Carrie imparts some wisdom while she could go into labor at any time.
Curtis shared a photo of the three of them smiling broadly as he captioned the image:
“Look who Lawson Caughron and I got to visit with! Shout out to Carrie Underwood!!!!! She is extremely nice and such a down to earth Young lady! She’s just as Gorgeous in person as she is on TV!! Thank you, Carrie, for setting such a great example for everyone else!!”
The picture was not full length, so Carrie’s bump was not visible, but all three smiled as the two youngsters posed with the famed singer.
Carrie announced last August that she and Mike were expecting their second child, and excited to welcome their new son into the world.
According to Carrie at the 2018 CMA Awards, the baby is due in January, which will give her more or less four months of maternity leave before she heads back out onto the road.
The Famed country singer also added:
"It took us a while to get here. I'm gonna cry again. [I'm] just so thankful … to find out Isaiah's gonna have a baby brother. It was just great news. We're excited."
As Carrie and Mike Fisher had already picked out a name, fans were curious as to what Isaiah's baby brother is going to be named, but Carrie is tight-lipped about it as she said at the 2018 CMT Artists of The Year awards:
"We have picked out a name, but we're keeping that to ourselves right now."
Fans of Carrie Underwood can look forward to her latest performance that will be broadcast on February 17, 2019. NBC announced on what would have been Elvis Presley’s 84th birthday that they have put a music special together in his honor.
The ‘Elvis All-Star Tribute’ got based on the set and ambiance of Elvis’ famed ‘68 Comeback Special’ and was taped in front of a live audience.
Performances by big names in the music industry came together to pay special tribute to the rock legend. It included musicians like Carrie Underwood, Darius, Keith Urban, Josh Groban, Adam Lambert, Kelsea Ballerini, Blake Shelton, Shawn Mendes, to name a few.