Carrie Underwood is staying quiet! The pregnant country singer and her husband, Mike Fisher, know the gender of their second child — but aren’t revealing the news just yet.
“I do. We like to kind of just hold on to things for a minute. I feel like everyone knows just everything about everybody,” Underwood, 35, explained during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday, September 19.
DeGeneres cracked: “You can tell us in a few minutes. I can probably tell you what it is. I’m good at guessing.”
Underwood went on to note that this pregnancy is a “different ballgame” than when she carried son Isaiah, now 3.
“I feel like I didn’t look pregnant and then woke up and looked like this,” she said. With that, DeGeneres chimed in: “It’s a girl. It is.”
Although the American Idol alum kept tight-lipped, she did open up about her November 2017 freak accident that left her with a broken wrist and having to receive more than 40 stitches in her face when she fell at her Nashville home.
“I feel good,” she told the daytime talk show host. “I kind of fell up stairs a little bit. I kind of tripped before I got there and the stair was the problem. I went to catch myself and I barely missed the step and jammed my hand in there and hit my face.”
Underwood also “chipped the bottom” of some of her teeth, but said she just had to “get a little something” done for it. “It was an easy little thing. I was glad.”
Isaiah was sleeping upstairs at the time. “I didn’t realize how bad it was,” she continued. I just have great people around me so I had someone come pick me up and take me and of course someone came over to watch my kid. Everybody kind of sprung into action.”
Underwood — who married the former ice hockey player in 2010 — recently revealed that she suffered three miscarriages in two years before her current pregnancy. In the new issue of Us Weekly, Underwood’s trainer, Erin Oprea, reveals that the star is “doing fantastic” as she awaits her little one.
“Everyone has to be more careful with their workouts when they’re pregnant,” she exclusively tells Us. “We still do a lot of lunges, squats and glute work, and a lot of booty and hip work.” She adds: “I say keep moving and keep working out, but let’s be cautious. This is not the time to decide to lose weight or decide to get more fit, this is the time to just keep moving.”For the latest beauty and style trends, subscribe to our new podcast “Get Tressed With Us” below!
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