Country music superstar and American Idol's Carrie Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher's firstborn son, Isaiah Michael, will turn a year old on Feb. 27. The couple are already planning the celebration of their first child's birthday.
Sharing details of Isaiah's milestone celebration with Entertainment Tonight on the Grammy Awards Red Carpet Monday night (Feb. 15), Underwood excitedly exclaims: "[We are throwing] a little party, just family and friends, people that are staples in his life. It won't be anything fancy," she explains. "I'm like, 'What do you get a 1-year-old for a present?' I have no idea so I've been on Amazon trying to find presents for him."
"I'm just going to have to just go to the store and look," she adds. "People are like 'What is he into?' I'm like, 'I don't know. He's one!'"
Carrie Underwood joins the ranks of Adele, Drake, Taylor Swift, and others when her album Greatest Hits Decade #1 went platinum. During its first week, Greatest Hits: Decade #1 sold 94,000 copies - the best debut by a hits collection from any artist in more than six years. The project was also the best-selling hits collection of 2015.
Greatest Hits: Decade #1 features 25 songs from throughout Underwood's first 10 years in the music industry, as well as two new songs: "Something in the Water" and "Little Toy Guns." "Something in the Water," the lead single off the collection, was also a #1 Billboard Christian hit. The song which tells the story of a man who met Christ and felt his life changing. The change started with he being baptized in a river. The song also samples the hymn "Amazing Grace" which is the undergirding theme of the song.
"Something in the Water" was released on September 29, 2014 and it became Underwood's 14th #1 hit on Hot Country Songs and her second in 2014. It topped the former chart for seven weeks and the latter for 26 weeks, and also debuted at number 24 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song won the Grammy Award for Best Country Solo Performance.
"Something in the Water" was met with widespread critical acclaim. Rolling Stone praised the song stating that "Underwood sings in the soaring song showcasing her heavenly high vocal range" and called the song a "spiritual heartstring-tugger". Billboard praised the song with 4 out of 5 stars, stating: "Carrie Underwood offers a message of faith in times of trouble". Music Times praised the song by saying that Underwood "pulls out all of her strongest, boldest notes for the religious anthem" and that the song "builds to some of the greatest heights Underwood has reached to date"