Carrie Underwood, the American country music superstar, has made an indelible mark on the music industry with her powerful vocals, heartfelt lyrics, and undeniable charisma.

Born on March 10, 1983, in Muskogee, Oklahoma, Underwood’s journey to fame began with her victory on the fourth season of “American Idol” in 2005. Her victory on the reality competition show catapulted her into the spotlight, and she quickly rose to become one of the most prominent and successful artists in country music.

Underwood’s debut album, “Some Hearts” (2005), produced several chart-topping singles, including “Jesus, Take the Wheel” and “Before He Cheats.” Her strong voice and relatable storytelling resonated with audiences, earning her multiple Grammy Awards and widespread acclaim.

Throughout her career, she has continued to release chart-topping albums, such as “Carnival Ride” (2007), “Blown Away” (2012), and “Storyteller” (2015), showcasing her evolution as an artist while staying true to her country roots.

Carrie Underwood’s live performances are known for their energy and emotional depth, solidifying her status as a captivating and dynamic entertainer. Beyond her music, she is also recognized for her philanthropic efforts, including her involvement with causes like education and disaster relief.

Underwood’s enduring success and dedication to making a positive impact on the world have earned her a special place in the hearts of her fans and the music industry.

In addition to her musical accomplishments, Carrie Underwood has ventured into other aspects of the entertainment industry. She has dabbled in acting, making her debut in the television adaptation of “The Sound of Music” (2013) and subsequently appearing in other projects, including the series “Nashville” and the animated film “The Star.”

Underwood has also authored a book, “Find Your Path: Honor Your Body, Fuel Your Soul, and Get Strong with the Fit52 Life,” in which she shares her insights on fitness, health, and personal growth. Her multi-faceted career, marked by her unwavering dedication to her craft and her commitment to making a positive impact on the world, continues to inspire and resonate with fans worldwide.

Carrie Underwood is spending time at home with her family before returning to her ‘The Denim & Rhinestones Tour,’ but her 3-year-old son doesn’t appear to be taking any days off. The 39-year-old country music star posted a cute video of her youngest son working out to an old Tae Bo video.

“One of my old Tae Bo DVDs was discovered in a box of things by the boys, and Jake thought he’d have a little morning workout!” “I could soon have a gym friend!” she wrote in the Instagram description, adding that he was ‘getting the day started correctly.’ More than 131,000 fans and followers liked the message.

Her son was seen in the video emulating – or at least attempting to emulate – the Tae Bo instructor (Billy Blanks) as he went through the hard workout. Jake lasted only a few seconds before breaking into a dance move and tumbling into a nearby sofa. It’s a pretty sight that many parents worldwide can identify with.

Carrie Underwood’s youngest son, Jacob Bryan Fisher, was born on January 21, 2019; he will turn four years old in two weeks. She also has a son named Isaiah Michael Fisher, born on February 27, 2015, with her spouse, retired NHL player Mike Fisher.

Jacob appears to be developing an early interest in health and fitness, which is not surprising given that his father was a professional athlete and his mother is committed to her health and fitness journey. Carrie not only has a fitness app, but she has also written a book about health and fitness called Find Your Path in 2020.

While it is possible that Jacob may follow in his father’s footsteps, it is also possible that he could follow in his mother’s footsteps. Of course, he may take his path and become an astronaut, as she hinted in an Instagram post about her family’s visit to the NASA Space Center.

“I had a fantastic day talking to astronauts in space, driving lunar rovers, inspecting space station replicas, and meeting some amazing people!” Thanks to @astro_kimbrough and everyone there for showing us around and being so sweet to my boys (who may just end up being future astronauts),” she wrote.

Carrie Underwood brought the first half of her highly-rated ‘The Denim & Rhinestones Tour’ to an end on November 19th with a show at Chase Center in San Francisco, CA. While she won’t return for another month, it will commence on February 2nd with 16 shows in February and another nine shows in March.

The second half will come to an end on March 17th, but not before making stops in Miami, Tampa Bay, Jacksonville, Atlanta, Charlotte, Washington D.C., Boston, Newark, New York, Philadelphia, Nashville, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dallas, Glendale, LA, Sacramento, Portland, Seattle, and more.

The struggle will not end there. After a brief break, Carrie Underwood will open the doors to her Reflection: The Las Vegas Residency for 18 shows between June and December 2023. The residency will take place in The Theatre at Resorts World Las Vegas, which has a capacity of roughly 5,000 audience members.

Carrie Underwood was the first artist to perform at the theater after it opened its doors on December 1, 2021 – a sold-out show. Her first show back is scheduled for June 21st, with four more shows following in June. There will be just one show in July, but she’ll return for six shows in September, one in November, and five in December to close out 2023.