Tears Fall as Carrie Underwood Accepts 2018 CMA Female Vocalist of the Year
During a year that was filled with a roller coaster of emotions for Carrie Underwood, the Oklahoma native took home the Female Vocalist of the Year award at the 2018 CMA Awards Wednesday night (Nov. 14.)
And all of a sudden, everything about her crazy year seemed to make all the sense in the world. It was Underwood's fifth CMA Female Vocalist of the Year win.
"Thank you God," the superstar said as she accepted the award and tears began to fall from her eyes. "I have been blessed with so much in my life. Thank you country music."
Carrie Underwood's CMA Performance Was Memorable Too!
What made the moment even more precious was how Underwood's husband, Mike Fisher, watched from the audience, beaming at his very pregnant wife's latest accomplishment. It was one of the many highlights for her during the star-studded night. She started the show off alongside co-host Brad Paisley with a monologue that had the audience in hysterics. She then performed her single "Love Wins" alongside a choir, making for a memorable moment.
And who could forget? During the monologue, Underwood revealed that she is expecting her second son. How cool is that?
“[Isaiah] told me recently that when the new baby comes that Daddy could have that baby and then he could be mine,” she said in a recent interview. “His world is about to get rocked.”
Leave it to the soon-to-be mother of two to rock it both at home and at work. Underwood was just one of the many winners of the night, including Chris Stapleton, Keith Urban and Kacey Musgraves.
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