VIDEO: Carrie Underwood Talks Baby Name, Performs New Song on TODAY
Carrie Underwood stopped by this morning's TODAY on NBC to chat with Matt Lauer about her brand new album and the challenge of choosing a name for the baby boy she's expecting. Admitted the country star, "There's kind of a couple [of names] that we're okay with, but it's hard, labeling your child for the rest of its life, I was like, 'Why don't we come up with a short list we're both agreeable to and then meet the little guy and see what we're feeling.'"
The singer stuck around to perform the Grammy nominated "Something In The Water" for the TODAY show audiences. Check out clips below!
Underwood has received six Grammy Awards, 18 No. 1 songs and has a brand-new album, "Greatest Hits: Decade #1."
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