Carrie Underwood: Having a Baby "Doesn't Make Sense" Right Now
Carrie Underwood is in no rush to start a family with Mike Fisher.
The "Good Girl" singer, 29, spoke to Extra about why she's waiting to have kids at the 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas Sunday. "I'm good right now. As long as he's playing [hockey] and I'm doing this, it doesn't make sense," Underwood explained. "So no babies."
Underwood, who walked down the aisle on July 10, 2010, said she's been too busy embracing married life to think about becoming a mother.
"I have my best friend around me all the time. Everybody's like, 'The first year is the hardest,' and I'm like, 'That's it? That was the hardest? Come on, you can do better than that!' It's great; he's wonderful."
"I think it's great that Simon has The X Factor show, and I love seeing all of these shows giving nobodies a big opportunity. But I'm an Idol girl all the way," she said. "That's the one that I love and watch. I can't see myself being a part of any another show like that."