Carrie Underwood, 36, rose to fame following her 2005 American Idol win. The powerhouse vocalist tied the knot with Canadian NHL Star Mike Fisher in 2010. Five years since their wedding, the couple welcomed their first child, Isaiah Michael Fisher, on Feb. 27, 2015, and celebrated the arrival of their second son, Jacob Bryan, on Jan. 21, 2019.

Carrie, recently, made an interesting admission about how she feels whenever she performs on stage. The “Jesus, Take the Wheel” singer said she usually gets this feeling of seclusion whenever she sings in front of the audience. However, Mike’s wife made it clear that the sense of solitude makes her bizarrely happy.

“A lot of times I feel like I’m alone. I’m obviously aware of people being around me. But it’s like I’m in the song alone on stage. It is a good place,” Carrie Underwood told The Guardian. “I like to be alone. My husband is probably the only person this planet I could’ve married – my mom, when I told her I was engaged, was even like ‘I just never really thought you’d get married.’ And so I feel like when I’m alone and singing and I hear nothing but music, it’s a nice place to be,” she went on.

Meanwhile, Carrie shared that the upcoming 2019 CMA Awards is going to be heartfelt. During a press conference on Monday, the “Before He Cheats” hitmaker revealed that Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire will join her as co-hosts. The show, according to the songstress, is going to be a bit different now, especially since Brad Paisley, who had been his co-host for 11 years, will not be part of the event.

Carrie Underwood expressed her delight that this year’s theme is the celebration of legendary women in the country music, People reported. The mom of two even assured fans that the forthcoming show will offer plenty of comicalities, especially since Dolly and Reba have good humor. The singer, however, revealed that she has yet to talk to her co-costs.

The “Southbound” singer, also, talked about Brad Paisley during the presscon. Though they will not be together at this year’s CMA, Carried Underwood said she will be appearing on his ABC primetime special, which is scheduled to air before the year ends. “I can’t give away too much, but I think it’s funny,” the “Love Wins" singer said. “I scared Brad, and we’ll just leave it at that. I taught him a thing or two,” she added.