New Year’s Eve traditions are something most people look forward to. From the word itself, it only comes during the peak moments as the year ends and another starts. But not all people choose to have these things at the store like the family of country superstar Carrie Underwood. This year, instead of simply appreciating what comes their way as a family, she anticipates that their 5-year-old Isaiah ‘might’ make it to midnight which will and most probably be one of his life’s greatest moments as a toddler.
New Year is a Work Day
Well, with Carrie Underwood’s line of work as a full-time country artist and an all-out superstar, these kinds of events are workdays for her. She pointed this out as she explains how they were not able to build holiday traditions with her family. She also pointed out how Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve and big, annual, televised concerts are where she mostly spends her time as she waits for January to once again clock in. But as a mother and a wife, she never compromises the time she gets to spend with her family as they spend quality time together eating dinner and playing in Times Square, to other fancy and frantic things when hanging out.
A Low-key New Year
This year, she and her family are about to celebrate New Year’s Eve in the ‘conventional’ style. Underwood says that she would personally opt for a quieter 2021. She says that they will not go anywhere outside their homes and will try to get Isaiah to make it until midnight if he can. But what will never change is the fact that they’ll be in front of the TV to see some specials and programs and other international gimmicks countries may cause.
For Carrie Underwood, what matters most is that she could finally ‘kiss 2020 goodbye’ and hope for a fresh new start, believing in the thought that 2021 will somehow and definitely will be better.
Although Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve will still return on ABC and will be featuring country artists like Jimmie Allen to perform on-deck while Jessie James Decker will once again act as the Powerball correspondent. The show will be held in Times Square as usual but due to the pandemic restrictions, no live audience will be invited to watch the show.