“Made Christmas cookies with the little man today,” the singer shared via Instagram.
SLN has the exclusive premiere of Carrie Underwood’s “What I Never Knew I Always Wanted” video montage from her Storyteller Tour.
We sat down with Carrie Underwood backstage at her Storyteller Tour to learn all about the show and its 360-production.
“To the fans, you are the best in the world. I love you guys more than you know,” Urban gushed during his celebratory speech.
In an exclusive clip shared with Sounds Like Nashville, Underwood makes her way underneath the Storyteller Tour stage to get to her opening marker.
The prize consists of a Storyteller Robe, Red Fade Storyteller Hoodie, tour tote, 8×10 photo, Storyteller necklace, Storyteller tumblers and much more!
Teaming up with R&B singer John Legend, the two will reminisce about some of the biggest moments throughout the six decades of the prestigious awards show.
“Had surgery on my wrist yesterday & all went well…even though I’ll be setting off airport metal detectors from now on…,” Underwood told fans via Twitter.
“Thanks so much for all the well wishes everybody…I’ll be alright…might just take some time…,” Underwood tweeted to her fans.
A statement says that her recovery will “take some time” and that she “appreciates all prayers and well wishes.”
From extravagant beading to glittery confections galore, Underwood works with what she flaunts and owns every single piece she puts on.
Almost everyone brought the fashion game to the next level with their show-stopping outfits worthy of a runway.
“I love you guys, we’re a family,” Brooks told fellow artists and fans from the stage as he accepted the night’s biggest honor.
“You know, every one of the guys in that category has something to do with me being up here,” Stapleton shared during his speech.
Keeping the entire performance very simplistic without anyone else on stage, all attention gave eyes to Urban as he gave everything up to the army of women he knows and loves.
“Thank you to everybody in this room. I love all of you so much, thank you,” Lambert said from the stage.
“We just have to step out and be together and I love country music because we’re together, so we can change everything because of harmony,” Karen Fairchild said while accepting the trophy.
A powerful moment, Underwood choked up herself as she sang the song’s final lyrics and the photos of the country fans who died at the festival were displayed behind her.
Campbell’s widowed wife embraced her daughter, Ashley Campbell, who stood crying throughout Little Big Town’s performance dedicated to her late famous father.
Blending her rich vocals atop his folksy sound, Morris and Horan jammed out to the upbeat love song while entertaining the masses at the 51st Annual CMA Awards.