On Tuesday, Carrie Underwood took the stage at the 2018 American Music Awards at Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater, her growing baby bump on full display, to perform “Spinning Bottles” off her new album Cry Pretty. The performance came shortly after Underwood took home her sixth Best Country Female Artist trophy.
During her emotional performance, Underwood stood on a small, round stage that turned slowly and was lined with tall candles stuck in colored glass bottles—in other words, her performance of “Spinning Bottles” was surrounded by literal spinning bottles. Accompanied only by a piano and some strings, the country star wore a simple, floaty burgundy gown with cold-shoulder long sleeves and an empire waist.
Underwood gave fans a sneak peek at her AMAs’ plans on Sunday, when she shared a photo on Instagram from her rehearsals for the performance. In the accompanying caption, she revealed via hashtag that she’d be performing “Spinning Bottles”—her first live performance of the song since her Cry Pretty album dropped in September.
The 35-year-old, who’s already mom to 3-year-old son Isaiah with husband Mike Fisher, announced in August that she was expecting their second child. “Mike, Isaiah, and I are absolutely over the moon and excited to be adding another fish to our pond,” Underwood said in a social media post at the time. “This has been a dream come true with the album and baby news. We’re just so excited and glad you guys can share this with us and be a part of this with us. Love you guys. We will see you on the road in 2019!”
Now all that’s left to do is prep Isaiah on becoming a big brother. “He’ll be really sweet and talk to my belly and kiss my belly. He’s the sweetest little boy,” she said. “But no kid can really know that their life is going to change. He’ll have to share Mommy!”
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