Carrie Underwood’s son Isaiah can pronounce his “Rs” now, and she’s not sure how to feel about it – Carrie Underwood recently got the chance to bring her five-year-old son, Isaiah, into the recording studio, when he served as her duet partner on a version of “Little Drummer Boy” off her holiday album, My Gift. While Isaiah may still have quite a way to go before he’s all grown up, the singer says there’s one new thing he learned to do recently that made her a little emotional. “I’ll make you real sad for a second: He now pronounces his ‘Rs,’” Underwood reveals. “He says ‘Pa rum pum pum pum’ when he sings it now, which is very sad for me. I mean, ultimately, you want them to pronounce Rs, but that moment is already gone, and it went like that.” – Read more at ABCNewsRadio
Carrie Underwood Says Dolly Parton’s Life Was “Very Me” – But spoiler alert, there will be tears. So you might want to prepare yourself with tissues when Underwood starts talking through her tears about the legacy of Parton. “I think her true legacy is how she has made the world better,” Underwood says. “She could’ve just been Dolly Parton and taken her money and just lived for herself. But she was given gifts by God, and she takes them, she does the work, she uses them to glorify God, and she gives back. She cares about people. That’s her legacy.” – CMT.com
See a Video for Every Song on Cassadee Pope’s Rise and Shine EP – What do you remember most about the shoot for the “Let Me Go” performance video? I remember how different it felt than the video shoots I’ve done in the past. Everyone on the crew wore masks and Andy, my guitar player, and I sat further from each other than we usually would. It was a glimpse into the “new normal” which felt surreal. I also remember feeling very excited to see the end product because the set looked beautiful! – Read more at CMT.com
Lauren Alaina’s “supporting a good Claus” to provide coats for kids in need this winter – During the coldest months of the year, many families in need find themselves stretched too thin to afford warm winter wear this holiday season. That’s why Lauren Alaina has joined forces with Operation Warm and the Martha O’Bryan Center, and she’s encouraging fans to do the same. Through her new initiative, Lauren has set a goal of raising $5,000 to provide brand-new children’s coats to Nashville families in need. – Read more at ABCNewsRadio
Lauren has only raised less than $300 so far.
I love supporting a good Claus for Christmas. No child should be without a coat when it’s cold. Let’s all do our part to help get them the holiday warmth they deserve. Click the link to learn more. ? ?@MarthaOBryanCtr @OperationWarm https://t.co/wujKuvYKQa pic.twitter.com/dupIVWU2zX
— Lauren Alaina (@Lauren_Alaina) December 24, 2020
Adam Lambert and the Feel Something Foundation partner with the Los Angeles LGBT Center to help LGBT individuals in need of assistance.
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