By the time Carrie Underwood headlines at Bridgestone Arena in September of 2019, she'll have another "fish in the pond".
The star also revealed she will be going on her Cry Pretty 360 Tour in May 2019, after she gives birth to her second child.
Carrie Underwood had a lot to say Wednesday morning.
The camera pulls back to reveal balloons spelling out BABY above Underwood.
Well, it turns out she has a very good reason for the delay - it's not easy to tour when you're several months pregnant or caring for a brand new baby!
Bizarrely, the happy news comes just days after the singer lamented that she's left it too late to fulfill her dream of having more children.
Underwood and Fisher are already parents to son Isaiah, 3. We are just so excited and just so glad that you guys can share in this with us and be a part of this with us.
The country superstar announced she and husband Mike Fisher are expecting another bundle of joy.
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on August 24.
Underwood, who is 35 years old, recently came under fire for her comments in an interview with Redbook, where she talked about "missing" her chance to have several kids because of her age.
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