- 4:24 pm Monday, March 5th, 2018 by Staff Writer
- 5:54 am Friday, February 23rd, 2018 by Staff Writer
The verse from Psalm 139:23-24 read: “Search me, God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. See if there is any offensive way in me, and lead me in [More]
- 10:34 am Thursday, February 8th, 2018 by Staff Writer
Carrie Underwood’s son has grown to be quite the Little Einstein. He is reading and drawing and doing all the things an older toddler does, except he’s not even 3 yet! This is his most recent work of art… a drawing of his “moms hair.” Carrie Underwood posted it to Instagram and captioned it “Isaiah painted this… yeah, that’s pretty accurate…”
- 6:40 am Friday, February 2nd, 2018 by Staff Writer
There is a first time for everything. Even Carrie Underwood getting pulled over for speeding after 18 years. Police from the Nashville suburb of Brentwood, Tennessee, have released dash cam footage from Carrie Underwood’s traffic stop earlier this week. On Monday (1/29), Carrie tweeted that she had just been pulled over for speeding for the first time ever, and the new video, obtained by Inside Edition, shows how it all went down. In the video, a Brentwood police officer approaches Underwood’s Mercedes SUV and asks her, “What’s the big hurry, ma’am?” To which Carrie replied, “I wasn’t even paying [More]
- 6:04 am Thursday, February 1st, 2018 by Staff Writer
It hasn’t even been six months since Carrie Underwood’s hubby announced that he was retiring from the NHL. 17 years of playing is hard to give up. So Mike Fisher has decided to change his mind and join the game again. Fisher held a press conference at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday morning (1/31), announcing that he’s come out of retirement to rejoin the Nashville Predators. Of course, Carrie Underwood and Mike are so amazing with each other that Carrie goes in complete support mode and encouraged him to rejoin the team, with Mike saying during the press conference, “Carrie [More]
- 6:55 pm Monday, January 29th, 2018 by Staff Writer
The minor run-in with the law comes just days before the self-avoid “rule follower” will be thrust back into the spotlight come Super Bowl Sunday, when the seven time Grammy Award-winner and multi-platinum recording artist’s new song, “The Champion,” will open NBC’s broadcast of Super Bowl LII on Feb. 4. The song, which features Ludacris, was released earlier this month and will also be used in the network’s upcoming Olympic coverage.
With its inspirational lyrics like: “I’ve been working my whole life, and now it’s do or die / I am invincible / Unbreakable / Unstoppable / Unshakeable / They knock [More]
- 6:18 am Wednesday, January 24th, 2018 by Staff Writer
We can’t get over how cute Carrie Underwood’s son is. Every single day that little boy gets cuter and cuter. But recently, he seems to be getting smarter and smarter as well! He is going on three years old and this little boy is already able to identify a handful of animals from his Noah’s Ark book. You’ll see in the video below, his dad points out all the animals on the page and Isaiah is heard saying all of them: zebra, bat, lion, giraffe, etc. Carrie Underwood posted the video to her Instagram account and captioned it “Story time [More]
- 6:19 am Monday, January 22nd, 2018 by Staff Writer
By Rare Country:
We knew Carrie Underwood was seriously injured in that fall late last year, but a new X-ray of her wrist shows us just how bad it really was.
She shared the image on Instagram, and you can see the serious piece of hardware keeping her wrist attached to her hand. It’s even got attachments that allow her to bend her hand at the wrist.
- 8:20 am Friday, January 12th, 2018 by Staff Writer
Carrie Underwood certainly has her ties with the NFL as far as taking over for Faith Hill and Sunday Night Football years ago, but now this song will be featured on NBC’s Super Bowl LII and XXIII Winter Olympic Games.
- 7:35 am Thursday, August 3rd, 2017 by Staff Writer
Looks like Carrie Underwood’s husband is going to be on the road with her a lot more in the future! He’s just announced he’s retiring after 17 seasons, of course with last season being in the Stanley Cup Finals for the Nashville Predators.
The Tennessean reports “The career of arguably the most recognizable player in Predators history ended Thursday when captain Mike Fisher announced his retirement in an exclusive for The Tennessean.
Fisher played 1,088 NHL games across 17 seasons with the Predators and Ottawa Senators. The 37-year-old became synonymous with the Predators franchise during six-plus seasons, totaling 237 [More]