Miranda Lambert Beats Carrie Underwood after Mike Fisher Wife Writes Baby Boy New Song?
Carrie Underwood might be the undisputed champion of the American Idol winners, but "Something Bad" collaborator Miranda Lambert it still able to give her a run for her money on the country music charts. After a long stay at No. 1, Blake Shelton's better half has overtaken "Little Toy Guns" on the GAC Top 20 Weekly Countdown with her hit "Little Red Wagon". According to the latest gossip news updates, Underwood feels bad that she's written so many songs about having little girls at this point that she is going to write a brand new song for her first baby boy with hockey husband, Mike Fisher, jsut as soon as she gets the chance.
Much to LeAnn Rimes chagrin there is hardly a bigger name in country music these days the Carrie Underwood -- either male or female.
That being said, however, Carrie can't take home the top prize every time out, as evidenced as by her hit "Little Toy Guns" falling all the way to the next-to-top spot on GAC's Top 20 Countdown this week:
"Miranda Lambert drove her little red wagon to No. 1 on Top 20 Country Countdown!
"She took over the top spot from Carrie Underwood this week with her new video, "Little Red Wagon," bumping Underwood's "Little Toy Guns" to No. 2.
"Chris Young rounded out the Top 3 with "Lonely Eyes" and Keith Urban and Eric Church's "Raise 'Em Up" debuted on the countdown, coming in at No. 20."
Of course, once Carrie Underwood pens her new song about her baby boy, Isaiah, there will be no stopping her once again.
In an interview with Unreality TV, Carrie admitted that now that she has a new son in her life, she is kind of feeling guilty for writing all those songs in the past about having daughters (via Taste of Country):
"I just kind of feel a little sad 'cause all my songs are about having girls,
"Like, little boy baby Fisher's got nothin'!
"Even 'Forever Changed,' which is one of my favorite songs, is definitely like a mother/daughter kind of a song, so... I'm going to have to get on that."
According to Underwood, adding a few more songs about sons isn't the only tweak she'd like to make to her early career.
During a recent chat with the Huffington Post, Carrie reluctantly admitted that if she had a genie in a magic bottle, she might use one of her wishes on an American Idol makeover (via Taste of Country):
"When I was in college, I would put a lot of product in my hair and force it to be curly.
"And I definitely did that on my first Idol audition! I call it my 'crunchy' hair.
"That, I might like to undo if I could."
At least her overzealous curls didn't affect her always pitch-perfect singing voice.© 2016 The Classical Art, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.