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'HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME! My 1st present = late night date with a tiny semi-bald chubby dude who likes to grunt and cry and pass gas,' so tweeted the 'American Idol' alum.
The 'Cowboy Cassanova' singer uses social media to give her followers a sneak peek at her newborn son and reveals the baby's name.
The Roots, Sam Smith, Ariana Grande, Blake Shelton, Usher, Meghan Trainor, Christina Aguilera and One Direction are other faces joining Fallon for the fun cover of the Queen song.
The PR Brown-directed video follows a little girl who imagines herself in a magical field as she tries to reunite her constantly fighting parents.
The country superstar will premiere the video, which centers on a little girl with parents who constantly fight, on Friday, January 30.
Pregnant Carrie showed off her baby bump in a white tight long dress, Miranda bared her cleavage in a sheer black dress, while Cassadee looked elegant in a short-sleeved white gown.
The former 'American Idol' winner is releasing her first greatest hits album which features some of her biggest songs in addition to two new songs including the chart-topping 'Something in the Water'.
The singer shared the video on Twitter after she performed the song during the just-wrapped 2014 Country Music Association Awards at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena.
The 42-year-old country singer, who's hosting the 2014 Country Music Association Awards along with Carrie, lets the news slip during their opening monologue.
Pregnant Underwood looks gorgeous in a nude-colored dress, while the 'Pretty Little Liars' actress chooses a red outfit for the event.
The 31-year-old country singer reveals that her first baby is due in the spring.
The country ballad, which is scheduled to premiere on radio on Monday, September 29, can be found on the 'American Idol' winner's upcoming 'Greatest Hits' album.
The single, which will be premiered on Monday, September 29, serves as the first offering from Underwood's 'Greatest Hits: Decade #1' album that's slated to hit the stores on December 9.
The 'American Idol' winner, who announced her pregnancy earlier this month, still can't believe she's going to be a mother, saying, 'Is this real life?'
Underwood and Bentley are among stars who tweet their condolences following the death of the former Tennessee Titans kicker who got into a car crash over the weekend.