Carrie Underwood Husband Mike Fisher Post Baby Instagram after CMA News
Carrie Underwood's husband Mike Fisher and son Isaiah seemed absolutely elated on Instagram at the news that the "Something in the Water" singer was nominated several times over going in to this year's CMA's. According to the lattest gossip news updates, the pro-hockey's player's wife can add nominations for everything from her "Little Toy Guns" music video to her "Somethin' Bad" collaboration with Miranda Lambert alonside having a baby to her list of this year's accomplishments. In addition to hosting the event with Brad Paisley, it would be a real coup if Carrie Underwood didn't walk away with at least one trophy from the 2015 Country Music Awards.
Mike Fisher and little baby Isiah sure seemed happy to hear the news Carrie Underwood had several songs up for consideration at this year's CMAs, when he posted the most adorable picture to Instagram Thursday morning:
"Me and my little man #lifeisgood."
According the enlightened journalists at the Christian Post, it looks like Carrie is a shoo-in to walk away with a Country Music Award or two this year's event:
"The singer received two bids for video of the year category with "Something in the Water" and 'Somethin' Bad' featuring Miranda Lambert, two nominations for female video of the year with 'Something in the Water' and 'Little Toy Guns,' and finally, one nod for collaborative video of the year with 'Somethin' Bad.'"
While all her songs that were recognized this year seem to center heavliy on themes of right and wrong if not alluding directly to Christianity, Underwood explained to Glamour that tracks about Jesus are the bedrock of the country and western genre:
"Country music is different...You have that Bible Belt-ness about it.
"I'm not the first person to sing about God, Jesus or faith [or] any of that, and I won't be the last.
"And it won't be the last for me, either. If you don't like it, change the channel."
If there are any modern country music fans that seem to take umbrage with Carrie's religious overtones, they certainly haven't been changing the channel to get away from them that much is for sure.© 2016 The Classical Art, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.