Carrie Underwood is currently traveling the country for her Cry Pretty Tour 360 with Runaway June and Maddie & Tae, and while the mother of 2 is doing her thing, she has her family in tow.
While appearing on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Carrie talked about her American Idol audition, her first time on a plane and sons Isaiah and Jacob traveling with mom.
“They are with me,” Carrie tells Stephen of her boys. “They are all with me. I have two children, a four year old and an 8 month old. They love it.”
While her 8-month-old would be fine anywhere, 4 year old Isaiah has really taken a liking to being the center of attention while mom’s at work.
“Isaiah, somebody recently called him the mayor of catering because he’s just like, ‘hi everybody,’ and loves seeing everyone,” Carrie adds. “He’s got his little scooter that he rides around the venues in. He enjoys it, he’s such a people guy. He’s living the dream.”
Sounds like Isaiah has a knack for the spotlight.
Carrie later went on to perform the song “Low” from her current album Cry Pretty, about being so low without their person.
“Like a cigarette without a light / Like a whipper wheel without the night / A broken buzz that’s lost it’s high / Oh, baby, that’s what I feel like / I’m so low, I’m so low,” she sings to kick off the song.
The Cry Pretty tour 360’s next stop will take Carrie to Washington, DC on October 4 and Philadelphia on October 5 before wrapping in Detroit on October 31.