Based on her stunning appearance on the CMT Awards June 10 alone, fans would never guess Carrie Underwood had just given birth to her baby boy Isaiah a few months prior, let alone had a C-section delivery.
She's one of the most successful country singers of her generation and one of the genre's most polished performers, but 10 years ago today (June 10, 2005), Carrie Underwood was just a shy kid who was about to debut on the Grand Ole Opry.
We can't blame Carrie Underwood for being on hiatus recently — after all, she did just have a baby. But as CMA Music Fest and her return to the stage draw closer and closer, the 32-year-old has a lot on her plate.
Who knew that it takes three months from the time you win a Grammy, to the day you actually receive it? And who knew it comes in the mail? Carrie Underwood learned both — again — this week as her statuette for Best Country Solo Performance arrived. She shared a pic of it with fans.
It's been two months since Carrie Underwood gave birth to her son Isaiah, and while she's no doubt experienced the endless highs and sleepless lows of being a new mother, she's also finding time for herself. Recent pics show the "Little Toy Guns" singer taking in a hockey game, rock concert and some rays during a family vacation.
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