Carrie Underwood is making a major career milestone. In May, she announced her first Las Vegas residency, which is scheduled to start in December.

The "REFLECTION: The Las Vegas Residency" show will be open starting Dec. 1 at the Theatre at Resorts World Las Vegas.

The country singer will be performing on Dec. 1, 3, 4, 8, 10 and 11, and will return to perform six more shows on Mar. 23, 25, 26, 30, Apr. 1, and 2, 2022.

However, because of the said Las Vegas residency, an insider revealed that the 38-year-old "American Idol" alum would be putting something on the back burner - her plans of having a baby.

According to the insider who spoke to OK! Magazine, Carrie Underwood "doesn't want to be pregnant while she's doing the show, given the problems she had in the past."

In the past, the mom-of-two revealed that she suffered multiple miscarriages after giving birth to their now six-year-old son Isiah and was later blessed with 2-year-old Jacob.

Per the insider, "This is her first-ever residency, so it's essential to Carrie."

Due to public demand, she has already doubled the number of Las Vegas shows she'll perform by adding dates in Mar. and Apr. 2022.

And what does Carrie Underwood's husband Mike Fisher think about all of this?

This is already considered to be a problem for them both because "Mike had been excited about expanding their family ASAP," per the insider.

However, thankfully, Carrie and Mike, who have talked about their roller-coaster marriage for 11 years, are reportedly in a good place now.

"Carrie told Mike that she wants to be in the right frame of mind when they start trying again."

The "Before He Cheats" singer is reportedly just going to ask her husband "to wait a little longer!"

 

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Carrie Underwood and Husband's Trouble in Paradise?

Like many couples, Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher have had several challenges along their way.

Despite some extremely low lows, the two have managed to work things out and put the spark back into their marriage.

According to several sources, even post lockdown, Carrie and Mike "are thriving."

An insider revealed that they learned to put their relationship on reset and then started to divide chores at home, including cooking together and even doing movie nights with their kids.

They also take the time to have sunset walks and other romantic things.

But per the insider, after all of their hard work and patience, "Carrie and Mike are better than ever."

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