Carrie Underwood was born in Oklahoma on March 10, 1983. She was raised on a farm and she said,” Growing up in the country, I enjoyed things like playing on dirt roads, climbing trees, catching little woodland creatures and, of course, singing.” After graduating from high school, Underwood attending Northeastern State University. she majored in broadcast journalism and temporarily put aside her dreams of becoming a singer and in her senior year she decided to audition for American Idol and not only did she pass the audition, she went on to win the show’s fourth season. This show allowed her to make her debut album,Some Hearts, which quickly went multiplatinum, making it the fastest-selling female country album since 1991.At the age of 6, Underwood was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry, making her the youngest member of the famed institution. Later that year, she won the CMA Award for Female Vocalist of the Year. In February 2009, Underwood won her fourth Grammy in three years for her song “Last Name”.That same year, Underwood released her follow-up album, Carnival Ride. It reached the top of the album charts and scored several No. 1 country hits, including the singles "Last Name" and "All-American Girl." On July 10,2010 , Carrie Underwood married professional hockey player Mike Fisher. In September 2014, the couple announced they were expecting their first child. They had their son,Isaiah Michael Fisher on February 27, 2015. On November 10, two days before the CMA’s, Underwood suffered a fall outside of her home. She had suffered from a broken wrist, cuts and abrasions. She received 40 to 50 stitches face. Underwood recovered gracefully.