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Entertainment Carrie Underwood nixed plans for son to hit the stage for TV special

08:30  04 december  2020
08:30  04 december  2020 Source:   covermg.com

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Carrie Underwood vetoed plans to have her son join her onstage for her new Christmas TV special, because she feared the pressure to perform would be a "little much" for him to handle.

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The country superstar recruited five-year-old Isaiah to perform a duet version of Little Drummer Boy for her first holiday album, My Gift, and behind-the-scenes footage of their time in the recording studio is featured in the new My Gift: A Christmas Special From Carrie Underwood show.

Carrie revealed she chose to include the video clip as an alternative to putting her boy front and centre in the TV spotlight.

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On Tuesday, seven-time Grammy winner Carrie Underwood shared the first image of her Little Drummer Boy duet with five-year-old son Isaiah Michael Fisher Original song: Underwood will also perform Hallelujah with EGOT champ John Legend on the upcoming special , which she executive

Carrie Underwood has come a long way since she won Season 4 of American Idol back in 2005. Before her performance, Underwood honored her predecessors by saying, "Patsy and Loretta The tribute, which was sung on the Opry's stage , featured cuts from country music's trailblazing female

"I didn't wanna like, put him on stage," she explained on U.S. breakfast show Today, sharing that she decided to include pre-recorded footage of Isaiah instead.


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"I felt like that might be a little much for his little heart to handle, but he had such a great time in the studio and that was such a memory for me, so to have that captured on film and to be a part of the special in that way is just a really sweet, timeless moment that I'm so blessed that I get to have, selfishly, for the rest of my life," she professed.

Carrie is so proud of Isaiah she wanted to give fans a taste of how she felt when she watched the youngster belt out the festive favourite.

She said: "I hope people see (the footage) and they're like, 'Oh my gosh, his little heart!"'

My Gift: A Christmas Special From Carrie Underwood debuted on U.S. streaming service HBO Max on Thursday.

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