Country superstar Carrie Underwood stopped by “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” for its milestone Central Park taping in New York on Sept. 13 to promote the release of her new album Cry Pretty. She also made her TV debut performance of her new single, “Love Wins.”
During her pre-performance interview, Fallon congratulated Underwood on the impending arrival of her second child and the “Jesus, Take the Wheel” songstress rubbed her baby bump and said, “We’re excited to add to the family.” Underwood’s son, Isaiah, is 3 ½ years old and will welcome a baby brother or sister.
Fallon couldn’t resist asking Underwood if Isaiah sings well. She smiled and admitted she listens to see if he can sing, adding, “Is that wrong, judging my 3 ½-year-old son to see if he can sing?” While she stressed she’ll support him in whatever he is passionate about or good at but also confessed, “I really want him to sing.”
Both being parents of young children, Fallon and Underwood broke into a cute rendition of the “Duck Tales” theme song, which is one of Isaiah’s favorite shows and favorite songs to sing.
“Love Wins” is a powerful song which hits on all sorts of hard-button topics such as school shootings, political division and more. The former “American Idol” champ ultimately offers hope in humanity in the chorus as she sings, “I, I believe you and me are sisters and brothers/And I, I believe we're made to be here for each other/And we'll never fall if we walk hand in hand/Put a world that seems broken together again/Yeah I, I believe in the end love wins.”
Carrie Underwood will be touring to support Cry Pretty on the Cry Pretty Tour 360 in 2019. She’ll also perform at the upcoming iHeartRadio Music Festival at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sept. 22 (Tickets). Watch her entire “Love Wins” TV debut from Central Park in the video above and stay tuned to AXS for Carrie Underwood updates.