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Carrie Tweets In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Romper claims Carrie Underwood had funny tweets on Sunday that read…

Thanks to the nice lady who offered to buy me a drink at lunch today after I carried my naked, poo-covered, screaming baby up the stairs and back to my table. It was a rookie mistake leaving the diaper bag at the table and only taking a diaper and 2 wipes. Never again.

My own kid just called me “Carefree Underwear.” This is basically elementary school all over again.

Jake Owen tells People magazine that he is ready to be a father for the second time. “To be blessed with another beautiful little girl is a big deal because I do think that it takes special men to be a great dad to a little girl. And I feel like, thanks to Pearl, she’s shown me how to be a good father to little girls, and I’ll be a great father to Paris because of that.”

People magazine claims Midland star Jess Carson and his wife, Camille, are the proud parents of a new baby girl named Rosalia. She weighed 6 lb, 12 oz and measured 18 inches long when she was born last week.

Jess tells the magazine, “Camille is the strongest woman I know. She wanted to do a home birth and she did it 100 percent natural  — I’m still just awestruck by her.”

Kelsea Ballerini tells Teen Vogue that she loves everything about Keith Urban. “I have this picture from the CMT Awards when I was 15 years old, like reaching across the barricade as a fan to shake his hand. I think he’s the best that country music has.”

Kane Brown tells Billboard magazine that he considers Jason Aldean his ‘big brother.’ “He’s my big brother. We watch every University of Georgia game together. He’s always been there for me. He’s my guy.”

Luke Combs tells The Shotgun Seat that he was an awful songwriter at first. “I was not afraid to put myself out there before I think most people would tell you I was ready to be out there. When I was in college and I was writing – I mean, the songs I was writing were terrible, absolutely terrible, and I’m not afraid to say that at all – I would still put it out there, and I was confident enough in myself as a singer to say, ‘Okay, well at least my friends will be into this.'”

Riley Green tells Country Music Chat Live that his music career began in school.“I started playing guitar when I was in high school. I’d play in bands and such for fun, you know, sitting around the campfire with my buddies. It was in a little college town, and it turned into people requesting certain songs I wrote … it started to turn into something that I was doing more as a career … and I realized I don’t have to frame houses for work anymore.”